Great overall image quality.
Highest performing monitor in our tests.
Wide screen rotation.
Includes screen pivoting.
Deep color palette.
Minimal backlight bleed through.
Astoundingly crisp text.
All necessary cables included.
Efficient cable-management system.
Basic feature set.
Slightly high contrast in photos
Lacks auto-rotate capabilities.
Sluggish pixel response.
Red color push means you'll have to calibrate before using.
Expensive compared with general-purpose monitors.
Struggles with high end of the gray scale.
Slow pixel-response time.
Slight loss of dark detail when viewing the monitor head-on.
By ConsumerSearch on January 01, 2010
The 22-inch HP LP2275W is a bit more expensive than many other monitors in its screen-size class, but that's because it uses a high-quality S-PVA LCD panel that offers improved color performance over less-expensive options. This monitor is clearly...-
By Tom's Guide on July 27, 2009
Once you've calibrated it, this screen as is near to perfect as you can get--it's just a shame that you have to pay almost twice the price of a standard...100
By Bit-tech.net on April 22, 2009
First things first, we have no problem recommending this HP monitor over the very similar 22-inch NEC P221W. In subjective terms, the two are extremely hard to separate. Therefore, so long as you don't need the NEC's 10-bit LUT capability, the...80
By Macworld on April 14, 2009
It doesnt have a lot of features, but for users seeking a general purpose monitor on which to get basic tasks done, the LP2275w certainly should fit the bill....80
By Macworld UK on April 10, 2009
The HP LP2275w is a professional 22in colour monitor, meant for professional users who are serious about colour accuracy. It certainly looks the part, with an excellent stand that allows for pivot, swivel, tilt, and height adjustments. The monitor...80
By PCWorld on March 31, 2009
When it comes to readable documents and vivid images, the HP LP2257w offers a solid, no-frills display that would make a good choice for users seeking a widescreen monitor that delivers the best of both worlds. At $350, it is priced slightly higher...-
By PC Advisor on March 24, 2009
This is an excellent monitor for pro users. It may be overkill for some home users, given that you can buy two good consumer 22-inch monitors for this price, but if you want to enjoy a display that comes closer to image accuracy than a cheap TN type,...80
By PC Mag on March 24, 2009
The HP LP2275w delivers very good color and grayscale performance and comes with a nice mix of business features, including remote management and theft-deterrent capabilities. Gamers may want to steer clear of this model, as it has trouble with...90
By FlatpanelsHD on February 17, 2009
HP LP2275W impresses us in almost every aspect and it challenges the much acclaimed Eizo S2231W, which also has a 22 inch S-PVA panel but is selling at a higher price. HP LP2275W does not have quite as extensive setting options and not as deep...-
By DigitalVersus on January 09, 2009
Finally a 22 inch monitor with something other than a TN panel! The LP2275w has a PVA panel, which augures well for the contrast (we’ll have to make sure of this in the test!), a very deep black and best of all good homogenous angles of vision. TN...100