HP 23XW 23" IPS LED Monitor

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HP 23XW 23" IPS LED Monitor
Price: $82.99
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Shipping Estimates: Ships in 3-5 Business Days. (Friday, Sep 23 to Wednesday, Sep 28) + transit
Condition: Refurbished


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Reviews from all over

No VESA but it doesn’t look too bad with more than one in a row on the desk.


Does it support HDMI CEC?

And that is? “Crummy electronic connections?” Just trying to expand my knowledge here.

Bought these last deal. They are beautiful!

They have an adapter so you can use VESA mount. I have a 27" and a 23", love them both.


1080 vertical resolution? Really?

Bad choice for any monitor above 19". 23/24" should be 1200 vertical lines.

And why? In what circumstance is it a bad thing?

If all I’m using this for is a home office, it seems like a decent deal right? No gaming, no video editing, no streaming, just standard emails, web browsing, etc.

That’s what I’m going to use it for. It got great review on Amazon and the price is right.

CEC not supported.

It’s not. I’ve been running 23" 1920x1080 for the last 4 years. Yes the higher the resolution the better off you are. But he’s being really really dramatic.

That’s how I’m using the 2 I got last deal. They’re great. No issues at all.

Where are the cables?!

I use mine I bought last time for gaming. Works fine for me.

In the circumstance where you bought a 23" monitor and it’s going to be stretched vertical to fit a lower resolution in the same size.

Sure, maybe in your case, you don’t mind the con of bad resolution for size. That doesn’t make it a pro though. That just means you personally can overlook that downside. It’s not “really really dramatic” to point this out, for those who wouldn’t be able to overlook that downside.

Most decent video cards can handle that size without stretching, brah…

Gonna look cool with my white small round-ball shaped “Endless” PC and my old white ring-shaped JBL speaker.