I bought 3 of these 20” HP’s to use on one computer. I was upgrading from dual 19” Samsungs. Set up was a piece of cake, picture is very good. They design is sleek slime and pleasing.
Only thing I don’t like is the button controls are tiny and hard to access under the right hand corner of the monitor (not on the front). “But I hate texting so I am probably just small button challenged”. I wish they had software instead of buttons to make display adjustments. But once you get them adjusted to how you like, it’s not like you have to revisit the chore again. Other issue is that when I scroll pages up or down, the text takes on a purple hue but just on some web sites. But as soon as I stop scrolling the text color returns to normal. It was slightly distracting at first but I I barely notice it anymore. I did not have this problem when running dual Samsung monitors, but running 3 on one machine may have something to do with this minor issue. The energy consumption of about 26 watts sure beats the pants of some old Gateway 17” CRT’s I retired. Those monsters were sucking about 100 watts each. Overall I am very pleased. I was actually thinking about going with 3x23” HP monitors but now I’m happy I went with the 3x20’s. They are really adequate for my sort of work. 23’s would have been cool but a bit over kill. But if I win the lottery, I might get 23’s. I think the warranty should automatically be more than 1 year, I think 3 years would be fair, but 1 year is pretty much industry standard. So I’m going to give HP a 4.7 out of 5 for these. And I was never much of a WalMart fan, but they delivered these things FedEx to my door in 1 day. “When I bought them online they said delivery time would be 6-8 days”. Great sale price, fast delivery, it’s all good. Now I understand why WalMart is the biggest retailer in the known universe.
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