2,560x1,440 resolution makes high-end PC games look incredible.
Includes the full gamut of ergo options and plenty of USB ports.
No included OSD.
Picture customizations are limited to brightness.
A single DVI and one DisplayPort are all the connections you get.
By uk.hardware.info on August 19, 2013
Most IT product categories tend to evolve rapidly, but developments in computer monitors have been decidedly slower. Although larger screens are slowly becoming more affordable, the most common resolution remains 1920x1080 pixels. Nonetheless, this...-
By Layers Magazine on February 15, 2013
High-resolution 27″ Display with 1 Billion Colors The HP ZR2740w is a 27″ LED backlit, nonglare display with an impressive screen real estate and native resolution of 2560×1440—a 16:9 aspect ratio. It has a slim .75″ black...70
By SolidSmack on November 09, 2012
The ZR2740w made the environment in my office much nicer and the colors in front of my face much clearer. The resolution cranked all the way up still provides a clear, crisp view of the files, 3D models, graphics and...80
By GadgetReview on November 09, 2012
The HP 27-inch ZR2740w IPS LED backlit LCD monitor is quite simply a beast! The standard-defying resolution and color accuracy are enough to turn heads. But the overall performance perches this one high above similar sized displays...85
By tftcentral.co.uk on November 09, 2012
The ZR2740W had some good areas but some which left us a little disappointed. From a positive point of view, the default colour setup was pretty good apart from the overly high brightness which is easy to adjust.85
By reviewed.com on September 04, 2012
By booredatwork.com on August 06, 2012
The HP ZR2740w 27-inch backlit IPS Display Monitor is what I would call pure viewing pleasure. What you got here is a business grade IPS monitor with stunning viewing angles; outstanding image accuracy with ultra-wide 178° viewing angles and up to...-
By GadgetReview on April 30, 2012
I love doing these comparisons. Moreover, I enjoy sitting two products next to each other that seemingly have no good reason to be compared. The mismatched bout between the burly Astro Gaming A40 Audio system and the humble SteelSeries V2 headset and...-
By uk.hardware.info on April 15, 2012
The 17 monitors we reviewed range in price from £200 to more than £1,000, and are therefore also aimed at different market segments. If we look at which monitors have allround good performance with a reasonable price, a number of displays get our...-
By Tom's Guide on April 13, 2012
I tend to favor different display sizes and configurations depending on the task at hand. If I’m gaming at home, it’s usually on a 23- or 24-inch monitor running at 1920x1080. If I’m...-