- Product Dimensions: 13 x 59.4 x 40.5 cm ; 3.49 Kg
- Shipping Weight: 5 Kg
- Item model number: C3Z94AA#ABA
- ASIN: B00B3FTM7S
- Date first available at Amazon.ca: April 6 2013
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #312,538 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
HP Pavilion 23xi 23-Inch Screen LED-lit Monitor
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- Spectacular angles and IPS widescreen technology perfect for sharing photos, videos, games and more, now in a bold, new micro-thin design.
- Modernize your home desktop with a contemporary, edge-to-edge panel design that delivers maximum views of all your favorite images and on-screen content.Save space in style, too.
- Help reduce your power consumption and cut back on energy costs with an intelligent, energy efficient design built with the environment in mind.
- The unique, micro-thin profile fits virtually anywhere without taking up valuable space.
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LCD Monitor - 23 Inch - 1920 x 1080 - 250 cd/m2 - 1000:1 static 10000000:1 dynamic - 7 Ms - 0.265 Mm - VGA; HDMI; DVI-D;
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After trying a Dell, Viewsonic and Asus I have settled for this monitor.
Thin and Light
IPS technology with great colors and dark blacks
Silver Trim , matches apple products (tired of black monitors)
No Speakers (hate built in speakers that make monitors bigger but do not produce sound worth mentioning)
Do not hesitate to buy this beautiful IPS display at a steal price of 169.99.
The color tone of this screen...was quite yellowish at first....took some time...the presets for color temp are horrid...either its way too warm or too blue.....takes some time to manually set RGB levels to better match my preference...and closer to my HP w2371d screens I have on either side of this model..I thought my w2371d's looked great and sharp...but this 23xi blow them away as far as the Sharpen setting is concerned.
If you think it looks too gray...adjust the "Gamma" setting under Color....I turned Gamma off and blacks are dark and look great.
Sharpest screen I have ever used...as far as being able to crank sharpness up like a tv. I used to use a sharpen filter on my videos, now I don't need to. I even have to turn the Sharpness down 2 settings when i work on documents or read text...but, it looks so nice at full sharpness for media and games.
This 23xi model is a matte screen...the 25xi and 27xi models are glossy. The matte coating does seem a bit thicker compared to my HP W2371d. If you look closely...it kinda looks like their is a matte film stuck on a glossy panel. (I doubt it can be peeled off without causing damage.)
The argument of matte vs glossy is never ending. Comparing this to my 25in HP 2511x(TN panel), which has a glossy screen, I have to say, the glossy screen of that model has greater clarity and stronger depth of field and seemingly better contrast. Colors pop...perhaps too much(and has a red tint) (Sure, any screen can be calibrated either by the settings in the screen itself...and/or via your GPU Desktop color settings.) View angles between the 2 are about the same...surprisingly. Colors do look more "natural" on the 23xi IPS, but it doesn't quite have the "wow factor" that the glossy 2511x has...I kinda wish i had gotten the 25xi glossy screen....but it would have cost me 2x as much.(I got this 23xi on discount (open Box) at a local store.)
Think about it....matte vs glossy? Go buy a matte screen protector and stick it to you eyeglasses....then u will see the effect that matte screens have to the original image and light. (Kinda makes me think of the "Clear Eyes" commercial.) But that being said....there are anti-reflective coatings that can be applied (and are on most mid to high end lenses) that are clear and not matte but still reduces glare and reflections. (the 25xi and 27xi models in this product line has none of that...it is very much like a mirror)
No speakers.( I don't care)
No vesa mount support...(come on...really? Mount support should be a standard thing....many people use mounts now a days.)
7ms response time...(I honestly can't see any difference between 7ms and 1ms..even in games)
I have given up trying to find monitors without backlight bleed. This screen does bleed from the bottom corners, left is a bluish tint, right is a yellow tint. It is only noticeable with black or full screen images....can be annoying....but I guess backlight bleed is "normal" now a days. (All my older lcd and even led monitors...never had bleed....they don't make them like they used to.)
Still....got this for a very good deal...well worth the upgrade...especially for watching media.
This purchase was a total waste of $110, and this experience drove in the lesson of checking the other reviews before buying the item. Looking at the 1 and 3 star reviews, most of them describe similar technical problems. I will be looking into Samsung or Lenovo monitors to replace this shoddy product.
power supply is 12V 3.33A, so you can run this monitor from standard 12V power supply.
monitor has matte screen (not glossy).
i'm definitely happy with my purchase.
1) standby light is brighter than screen;
2) major drawback is lack of VESA mount holes.
these issues can be fixed within 20 minutes if you don't care about your warranty.
fixing standby light is very easy:
you need to remove two screws under stand mount. after this, you need to remove silver front plate (if you decide to repeat my experiment, start removing plate from center).
put some amount of dark semi transparent duct tape on a back side of a silver panel. your standby light will be dimmed.