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Feature-laden display with numerous connection options and extras.
Built-in digital photo frame interface and good performance in movies and games.
Very good color and dark grayscale reproduction.
Great motion handling performance.
Has no pivoting feature.
Lackluster viewing angles.
Gaming preset is calibrated too bright.
Only One-year warranty.
Some ports inconveniently located.
By Tom's Guide on September 28, 2009
We asses monitors on a lot of different criteria: design, handling, measuring color accuracy, response times for games and movies ... The ideal screen, of course, would excel in all of these areas. Unfortunately, thats rarely the case, and...
By Dev Hardware on September 03, 2009
For its price, the HP w2558hc is a worthy purchase. It has plenty of connectivity options, and its extra features like the web cam, microphone, and digital picture editor are an added...
By cnet on July 30, 2009
The HP w2558hc is jam-packed with features and well worth its asking...
By Good Gear Guide on July 15, 2009
Given the HP W2558hc’s wealth of extras, its excellent image quality, and its distinctive design, US$549 might be a good deal for this well-rounded monitor after all....
By PC Mag on July 13, 2009
The HP w2558hc is a top-shelf 25.5-inch monitor that delivers outstanding performance. Multimedia features are plentiful on this stylish display, but youll pay a premium for...
By Electronicsme on June 07, 2009
The picture quality on this HP W2558HC LCD monitor is solid quality, with enough performance to support a semiprofessional videographer or photographer. The extras HP packs onto the monitor - the webcam, the lighting, the speakers and the USB hub -...
By Computer Shopper on March 01, 2009
If you want a screen that can do it all, and dont mind paying for it, the HP w2558hc is for you....
By DigitalVersus on February 11, 2009
HP annonces the w2558hc as an elegant, egonomic, high-performance screen that features a built-in webcam plus multiple USB ports and digital inputs for connecting devices like an MP3 player. It also has a built-in 15-in-1 digital media card reader...
By PC Advisor on January 20, 2009
This HP w2558hc falls between two stools – it’s packed with extras, but they push the price into territory where this 25.5in panel is competing with 27in 1,920 x 1,200 models. If you don’t need or want the extra features, basic...
By Macworld UK on December 15, 2008
HP’s approach with the w2558hc is to pack in the features. The design is the now-traditional, shiny HP bezel surrounded by a set-back silver frame – it’s quite stylish, in a slightly heavy way. Physically, height adjustment is possible...
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