HP EliteDisplay 23" Dual-Monitor Combo

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HP EliteDisplay 23" Dual-Monitor Combo
Price: $349.99
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TN panels. 1920x1080 instead of 1920x1200. Instant nope.

Reviews on a Single Monitor over at Newegg

This setup is outstanding for CAD work or graphic design. Just set your computer’s display settings to span displays and instantly double your workspace. I’ve been using a similar setup for years working with Autodesk Inventor and AutoCAD. Once you get used to it you’ll never want to go back to just using a single monitor again … guaranteed! Without doing my homework, it seems like a lot of value for the money.

We have some of these monitors at work, the EliteDisplay is comparable to Dell’s P monitor line, eg. their Professional or Business monitor. Like Dell, they have a lower home line and a higher quality line. They seem to be alright for normal desktop computing, we haven’t had any problems yet.
The dual mount we also have one of, it holds the monitors well but it’s huge and it reminds me of the original Terminators from Terminator 3, Rise of the Machines. You need a lof of desk space.

Very nice setup, but it doesn’t have HDMI connectivity… Pass

[MOD: Has DisplayPort. There are HDMI to DisplayPort adapters.]

Almost impossible to find 1200 line monitors any more. Shame “full HD” won the monitor battle so decisively.

HDMI = Digital.
Digital = there are tons of adapters out there to convert from the various digital connectors with no loss of signal or quality loss of picture.

would be either of the two you would need. $5-10 on Amazon. Go with a full cable instead of an adapter, just one less thing to get in your way and a cleaner install.

They’re cranking them out left and right for cheap TV’s…and since there’s only a few panel makers, it kind of dictated what to cheaply mass produce.

A shame indeed :frowning:

Hopefully higher resolutions will take off soon with all the 4K wars, and the excellent 1440p as well.
I’m typing this on a 1200 monitor at the moment, which I prefer over all the shiny bright new LED lit 1080p screens in my supply closet. Those extra pixels really make a difference.

I really like my 1440 screen for pure pixel count, but I think I still prefer the 16x10 aspect ratio. 1440x2304 plz!

edit: wait, 2560x1600 is already a thing and makes way more sense…

Might be better off getting x2 Asus VS247H-P 23.6-Inch Full-HD LED-Lit LCD Monitor on Prime for $136.16 after $20 rebate. VGA/DVI/HDMI


Will this work with a 13" MacBook Pro Retina?

I work for HP and have this EXACT same setup as a development station driven by a laptop. Great setup.

Rebate is only good on items purchased by 3/31/15?

These are only 1920 x 1080, I’ll pass. It really sucks that a TV standard has taken over the computer monitor market.

My understanding is that DisplayPort is a more complicated standard than HDMI or DVI, so while DP to HDMI is easy, you can’t trivially go the other way. I have never been able to find one in any case. Can you point me to one that doesn’t cost so much I might as well get a different monitor?

Yes. The easiest way to make it work is to get two Mini-DP to DP cables. This is what I do at home with my 15" Retina.

NOOOOOOO I wanted one of these!!! but didn’t had the time! awful!!! please some more!!!

Sorry. Sometimes, you gotta act quick before we sell out.