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HP W2408 LCD Display reviewed

Posted on Tuesday, December 25 2007 @ 01:29:00 CET by


AnandTech has written a review of HP's W2408 24" LCD display which retails for around $570:
Where Dell, Gateway, Samsung, and others use (or at least used) S-PVA panels, the w2408 is one of a growing number of 24" LCDs that uses a TN (S-TN) panel - it might be the best-looking TN panel to enter our test lab to date, but it's still a TN panel.

24" LCDs with TN panels definitely have a place in the market, but many of these models cost $400 or less where higher-quality S-PVA panels start around $600. That puts the HP w2408 in a difficult position, and the primary selling point appears to be an industrial design that sets it apart from other offerings. Is that enough, or are there other selling points for the w2408? Let's take a closer look and see exactly what it things to the table.
Check out the review over here. The reviewer says it performs reasonably well but that he can't really recommended it because there are much better alternatives available on the market.


 



 

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