CES 2015HP's newest display is made for the enterprise user, but is it complex and realistic enough to justify its cost?
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Think about computing giant HP and we suspect images of corporate cubes leap to mind more readily than sexy screens. But there's no doubting the new HP ZR30W is an absolute stunner.
Contrasting sharply with the more flashy monitors on test, HP’s entrant represents the lower end of the 22-inch market. A decidedly cheap-to-the-touch matte black and silver plastic finish means that it won’t be gracing the desks of many fashion-savvy users in the near future.
When Dell's 3007WFP was the only affordable 30-inch monitor on themarket, it was tempting to forgive the big, beautiful beast its many and manifest faults. However, as a member of the new generation of 30-inchers life is going to be tougher for this HP
From the moment you switch this monitor on, its colour performance is impressive. This can be attributed to HP's new generation of panels designed with improved colour performance in mind