I recently purchased a brand new HP w2207 ICD Monitor so I can dual monitor with my iMac. Anyways, I got it in today. I will post pics of it once it is all setup. It definitely looks sweet.  I’ll post a review as well when I get some usage out of it.

A monitor with extreme resolution at 1680 x 1050 for bright, awesome graphic quality. Perfect for videos, photo editing or gaming on your PC. Enjoy a brilliant and immersive widescreen viewing experience, thanks to this impressive 22-inch wide flat panel monitor with HP BrightView Technology which makes colours richer and pictures sharper. Thanks to its height adjustable foot and rotating screen, you can easily maximize your viewing area to most demanding needs, while enjoying superb image quality in 1680×1050 resolution, with 1000:1 contrast, and fast 5ms response time. A unique style and best in class ergonomics make it easy to adjust the monitor to work and play comfortably. You can also save space and personalize your monitor with Easy Clip by clipping on accessories connected to your 2-usb hub. My Display software and QuickView one-touch button will provide you with easy and convenient adjustment of your HP display performance, whether it is connected using its Digital (DVI input with HDCP) or Analog input.

Display size: 22-inch (55.9 cm) diagonal and viewable image

Display type: Thin-Film Transistor LCD active matrix. BriteView technology

Input terminal: VGA 15-pin D-type connector, DVI-D connector

Scanning frequency: Horizontal scan range 24-82 KHz, Vertical scan range 48-76 Hz

Recommended resolution (H x V): 1680 x 1050 @ 60 Hz

Contrast ratio: up to 1000:1

Response time: 5 ms (on-off)

Pixel pitch: 0.252 mm

Power source – AC/DC adapter: Input rating: 100 to 240V~, Power consumption: <65 W in operating mode, <2 W in sleep mode

Dimensions H x W x D, including base: 18.9 x 20.5 x 11.3 inches (48.1 x 52.3 x 28.9 cm)

Weight: Unpacked: 19.8 lbs (9 Kg)

Mounting Standard: VESA 4-hole 100 mm x 100 mm

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