The Dell has one which works to a similar degree, but the HP doesn’t have one at all. Tilt is about the same, although very easy to get into a comfortable angle and position due to the decent range. Rated 5 out of 5 by Anonymous from ZR24w – what I was looking for and more. On a more looks and feel level I am particularly impressed with the sturdy base, solid feel, and overall professional look. Transitions are also very smooth so this could be useful for videos and movies if you like the technology. They did not suffer from the obvious contrast and tone shifts or the severe darkening of the image from below of TN Film matrices. Worth trying, although results will vary.
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Tilt, pivot, rotate and height adjustment. The adjustability of the monitor on its stand is also great. We will talk about this a bit more later, but it’s worth noting that there is still a demand in the market for ‘standard’ gamut displays. The swivel and rotate functions are more stiff, to the point that if you want to swivel the screen side to side, you need to anchor the base of the stand, otherwise you just move the whole thing at once.
It should be noted that we used the BasICColor calibration software here to record these, and so luminance at default settings varies a little from the LaCie Blue Eye Pro report. Experimenting with the contrast setting seemed to have an impact. Build quality was good and the materials were of a high standard.
HP ZR24w 24-inch S-IPS LCD Monitor User Guides
Click for larger version. If you have enjoyed this review and found it useful, please consider making a small donation to the site. Black borders are thicker due to aspect ratio. This can cause further problems due to the extended gamut where oversaturation of reds and greens can be common. See your browser’s documentation for specific instructions. I tested the screen with both DVI and D-sub interfaces, zzr24w returned very good picture quality.
If you want an sRGB gamut screen and do not want extended colour spaces, this would be an excellent choice, especially given the price point.
Both these other models are very fast TN Film based models, using aggressive and well controlled overdrive and even Hz technology in the case of the Samsung.
At this luminance, black depth was recorded at a fairly poor 0. Display, we zf24w very pleased with its deep blacks, and decent response times.
The HP ZR24W was tested using the chase test in PixPerAn, a good bit of software for trying to quantify differences in real terms responsiveness between monitors. A large driver in this has also been the development of the so-called ‘e-IPS’ panel technology from LG. There is no card reader here though which features on some other zr24e like the Dell U for instance.
Update Unrecognized Zip Code. Calibration should help deliver better luminance levels and an improvement in colour accuracy but even those without a colorimeter can expect some pretty good results really.
HP ZR24w inch S-IPS LCD Monitor User Guides | HP® Customer Support
Gamma remained very accurate, and colour temperature was also spot on now at k. Dynamic contrast ratio is available and does work to some degree. Zt24w the edges of the screen is a brushed silver aluminium-like trim remember to remove the plastic cover! The OSD operational buttons give quick access only to source interface and the ‘auto adjust’ sr24w when using the D-sub analogue connection.
Good responsiveness and very low input lag. Sure, there weren’t as many presets, options of added extras to play with, but this area of the market surely isn’t really for people who need them anyway.
Most of the rest only give x HD tv resolution. Not Specified by Manufacturer.
There are options for ‘fill to screen’, ‘fill to aspect ratio’ and ‘overscan’. The ZR24W is a pretty nice looking screen in my opinion.