Impressive and crisp detail; good performance in black levels; pristine colors.
Bright, Energy efficient, Good color, text ,and dark grayscale performance.
Glossy Coating Very Reflective Under Certain Conditions, No Vesa Wall Mount Options
No speakers; picks up fingerprints and smudges very easily.
Weak light grayscale performance, Light on features, Pricey.
By Digital Trends on November 21, 2011
With a solid display panel, slim, attractive design and reasonable price, there’s little not to like about the practical HP...80
By AVRev on January 01, 2011
I’ve been using the 2310e for both business, gaming and Blu-ray watching pretty steadily for the last couple of months and have been satisfied with the results. Frankly, I enjoyed movies on the panel the most, but I can fully recommend it as a...-
By About.com on December 26, 2010
Oct 18 2010 - Those looking for a energy efficient and environmentally friendly display should certainly take a look at the HP 2310e display. The 23-inch panel with its LED backlit certainly consume very little energy yet still provides it with a very...80
By Maximum PC on November 30, 2010
This LCD impresses across the board One of HP’s most recent display offerings, the 2310e, takes a number of current trends—super-slim size, LED backlighting, environmentally conscious materials—and wraps them up into one impressive...90
By PC Mag on November 08, 2010
Crisp text, good color, and low power characteristics make the HP 2310e a good choice for an everyday desktop display, but it struggles with very light grays and could use a few more features....60
By HardwareZone.com on August 03, 2010
Cost-wise, the 23-inch HP 2310e is reasonably priced at S$449, but it is definitely not the cheapest one around (BenQ V2410 goes at S$399 a pop). Nonetheless, the monitor is a head-turner, with a rounded and more friendly-looking design. It is also...90