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HP LP2475w Black 24" 6 ms Height,Swivel,Pivot & Tilt Adjustable Widescreen LCD Monitor 400 cd/m2 1000:1

  • 1920 x 1200 6 ms (GTG); 12ms
  • 1000:1
  • DVI-I, HDMI, DisplayPort, Component, S-Video, Composite
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Experience your movies, photos, games and surfing in a new way with the HP LP2475w LCD monitor. This premium monitor features a 24" large screen with 1920 x 1200 resolution, 1000:1 contrast ratio and 400 cd/m2 brightness for a rich, ultra-bright picture with maximum details. An HDMI and a DisplayPort connectors offer easy connections to your HD entertainment equipments. Thanks to fully adjustable design, you can tilt, pivot or swivel the monitor effortlessly for improved comforts and productivity.

As an added bonus, the HP LP2475w comes equipped with a built-in USB hub to offer easy connection to your thumb drives, USB fan and other USB devices for maximum convenience. Get the HP LP2475w today and add flair to your desktop system.

  • newegg Enhanced Visual Performance With a contrast ratio of 1,000:1 and 400 cd/m2 brightness, the HP LP2475w provides a more comfortable and productive visual experience with crisp, sharp and accurate text and images.
  • newegg Ergonomic Design You can tilt, pivot, swivel or raise the monitor to a perfect position for maximum viewing comforts and working efficiency.
  • newegg HDMI & DisplayPort Inputs The HP LP2475w comes equipped with an HDMI input and a DisplayPort input for simple connection to your HD AV equipments such as Blu-ray player, HD game console and more.
  • newegg Built-In USB Hub The built-in 6-port USB hub allows you to connect diverse USB equipments effortlessly, without bending down or groping for USB ports beneath desktop.

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  • Limited Warranty period (parts): 3 years
  • Limited Warranty period (labor): 3 years


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  • Nick W.
  • 8/20/2013 9:52:49 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

4 out of 5 eggsGreat 16:10 IPS monitor

Pros: +16:10!
+Great color (although some caveats, read below)
+Lots of inputs, including DisplayPort

Cons: -Really bright power LED, although it can be shut off in the OSD
-Some QA/defect issues with weird lines/blobs on the screen
-Possible slight compatibility quirks/annoyances with DisplayPort
-CCFL backlighting makes it bigger/heavier/more power hungry than newer monitors

Other Thoughts: I bought this monitor new in December 2009 and have been using it heavily since then. Overall, I've been pretty happy with it. At the time, it had pretty much everything I was looking for in a monitor - 16:10 panel, IPS, lots of inputs (was especially excited with DisplayPort), and "professional" aesthetics.


Since then, it's worked pretty well, aside from a couple of issues:
1. A few months before the warranty ran out, the monitor developed weird dark wavy lines/blobs in the upper-right area of the screen - HP support quickly sent me an RMA replacement monitor after showing them pictures of the problem, and a return label to send the bad one back. I was expecting to have to send mine back first, so that was a pleasant surprise. It was somewhat difficult to track down the phone number for HP's business display support though.

2. The replacement one has occasional issues powering up and acquiring a signal on the DisplayPort input. Turning the monitor off and on again fixes it. I need to do some more testing to see if it's the cable, monitor/firmware (the RMA replacement has a newer firmware than my original one), or video card.


One thing that is both a plus and minus with this monitor is that it uses wide-gamut CCFL backlighting. That helps it have a great range of colors, but can make non wide-gamut aware stuff look oversaturated. You may want to use a calibrator to clamp down on that if it's an issue (I recommend getting one anyway). I went with a more entry-level Pantone Huey Pro and had decent results. Plus, you can calibrate as many monitors as you want with one!


Speaking of calibration (and power consumption), I recommend changing the contrast/brightness/RGB values on it. By default, the monitor is set to display very brightly. For me, it was uncomfortable to look at, and the surface of the panel was quite warm. I mostly used the calibrated settings from the TFT Central review (I highly recommend reading it), with the brightness turned up slightly to 20. It dropped power consumption from 100-120w down to around 40-50, with a corresponding drop in surface temperatures.


I doubt many will read this review, both for it being a wall of text and being for an EOL monitor, but if you come across one for a decent price, you won't be disappointed.

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  • Anonymous
  • 8/20/2012 9:23:26 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsLots of inputs, excellent quality

Pros: - No dead or stuck pixels or other problems after 1+ years of use
- Lots of inputs
- 1920x1200 IPS display
- Plenty of fine tuning options via OSD display
- Can be oriented and adjusted pretty much however you like

Cons: - Very pricey especially now that they have been discontinued
- Bulky/heavy
- Cable management is pretty much unusable

Other Thoughts: More than 1 year after the purchase and I'm still happy camper. I only had to part with it to upgrade to the newer ZR2440w. Was hard to part with it after so much time but it didn't leave the household (wife uses it)

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  • Jeff B.
  • 11/26/2011 1:41:16 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsOver 7200 hours on the monitor

Pros: I spent a great deal of time researching before picking this monitor as it was the best thing that could be gotten for ~500 dollars, the next step up at the time was easily 1200 bucks.

This monitor has both fast response time and little input lag for a IPS monitor.
The colors are fantastic once you learn how to use color correction as this is a wide gamut monitor. Easily beats every screen I have seen in person to date other than some nifty 1200-2000 dollar screens and even then it is so close that the added cost doesn't make them worth it for my purposes.

The stand is FANTASTIC, and totally worth an extra 100 bucks IMO. The input options are fantastic as well, I have several pieces of equipment hooked up to my primary LP2475W (bought two).

I primarily use it for gaming and my father has used them extensively for photo editing. We are both quite positive these are some of the best monitors money can buy.

Cons: I know I said it is fast for an IPS, but coming from a high end CRT there is a noticeable lag at first. But I noticed that with any TFT panel, now over a year later I would be hard pressed to notice the lag between this and a fast 2ms TN type panel. Granted my CRT arguably still feels a tiny bit quicker.

The only other thing I could complain about is the IPS white glow effect. Which is when viewing from wide angles the screen gets a "white glow" to it which appears like back light bleeding. This is normal for IPS monitors and only the super high end IPS displays have polarizing filters that eliminate it (they look amazing) but you also pay a huge premium to get that filter.

TLDR; this monitor doesn't have any issues worth complaining about. Hands down the best monitor I have seen to date for the money.

Other Thoughts: The only thing that would make this better is a polarizing filter and RGB LED backlighting (aka the HP dreamcolor series 2k+ price tag).

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  • Frank L.
  • 10/21/2011 12:22:14 AM
  • Tech Level: Somewhat High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsTwo Year Old Review

Pros: I have had this monitor for over three years and it is an amazing monitor. I believe it is the best HIPS 24" monitor available unless you go to an NEC at more than twice the cost. This monitor has been rated higher than the vaunted Dell U2510 by professional reviewers. It is just that good.

It is a durable monitor and has held up well. I have never had a problem with it - not a single one. Once you adjust it, it almost competes with Samsung HDTVs in picture quality (which is in itself amazing because it does not have a video processing chip)- I watch TV on the 2475.

Make sure that you use it with a high end GPU or you won't see what it can do. I had an ATI 5470 and the picture quality suffered. I built a new computer with ATI 6950 and what a difference. It is unbelievable. You must have a quality video card in order to get the full benefit of this monitor - a cheap one will disappoint you.

Cons: I can't think of any cons. I thought that by now this monitor would not be cutting edge, but it is still one of the best monitors available. LED and 3D monitors just don't have the same quality. Possibly a 120HtZ LED monitor will come around.

Oh there is one small con. The panel has a slight glow when it is all black and in dark scenes. This is because of the construction of all HIPS monitors and is not limited to the 2475. It really is not all that noticeable but the black level is not as good a high-end HDTV. NEC is supposed to have solved this issue, but again the competing monitor costs more than twice as much.

NOTE- this is NOT back-light bleed. This monitor has zero back-light bleed. This is a faint glow over all of the screen. It also has great black and grey levels - some of the best.

Other Thoughts: To sum up. this monitor gives monitor that cost more than twice as much a run for their money. It is an exceptional monitor.

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  • Elizabeth M.
  • 8/15/2011 8:34:48 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year

5 out of 5 eggscouldnt be better

Pros: IPS panel
plethora of inputs
adjustable stand including swivel
8 port usb hub
excellent warranty see below

Cons: none
not really a con but it is very bright, i usually have the brightness around 18-20% and its still too bright for total dark viewing

Other Thoughts: i purchased this monitor late 2008 right after release and it ran solid for a good 18 months mainly being used for video and photo editing. one day i was editing went to make food during a render and came back to the monitor just off and unresponsive. called up HP and had a replacement delivered by hand four days (there was a weekend in there) later. the replacement which was brand new and removed from box in front of me has now been running for over a year. i honestly could not be happier with the product or the customer service. and again as a videographer and photo enthusiast the broader color gamut is a godsend.

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  • Andrew L.
  • 7/6/2011 8:41:29 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: more than 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsLove it!

Pros: Awesome screen with great reproduction. Much better than my Dell 2407WFP-HC monitor.

Easy to use controls for PIP, etc.

Cons: none

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  • Ian J.
  • 6/15/2011 4:05:19 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

5 out of 5 eggsVery nice graphic arts monitor

Pros: Color rendition is excellent. Brightness is ridiculous (but can be toned down to a good level). Build quality and attention to detail are very good. Having a full 1200 pixel height is nice compared to most of the TV-spec panels out there for cheaper. Color adjustment controls built-in are quite good, and allow for very good color matching. Colors don't shift (although brightness goes down) when viewing off-angle. Stand is stable and easily adjustable through a large range of motion. Matte surface doesn't reflect ambient light like a gloss surface would.

Cons: Very expensive for what is ultimately a not-huge improvement over panels that cost 1/3 as much. No CF/SD card reader. USB hub ports are fiddly to reach without actually peering around the bezel. The stand is enormously deep -- good place to stick the laptop (a 15" MacBook Pro), but pretty annoying if I were using a desktop computer.

Other Thoughts: I bought this monitor for graphics and photography use, and am generally very pleased with it. I was surprised to find that the 2000-era Apple Cinema Display I upgraded from (which, granted, was a very fine, $2000-ish panel in its day) offered very similar quality, image-wise. This monitor didn't show any real jump in quality, beyond being a bit better at viewing off-angle.

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  • Camilo A.
  • 4/23/2011 7:56:59 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year

5 out of 5 eggsExcellent Customer Service

Pros: I had to take a minute to praise the HP tech support. I purchased this monitor in September of 2010 and it recently went out on me and quit working. I called the HP Customer support number provided on the NewEgg site and on day two a new monitor was delivered to me. Granted, the monitor should not have gone bad so soon, but for the company to provide such excellent support and stand behind their product will keep me coming back for more and recommending them to everyone. The quality of the monitor is awesome and I am happy I made the purchase. As far as I am concerned if a company will stand behind their product and provide such quick service you can't go wrong doing business with them...

Cons: None

Other Thoughts: I use this monitor on a dedicated video editing system and am very happy with it.

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  • Anonymous
  • 4/14/2011 9:16:44 AM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsFor the present - Relieved

Pros: Great specs- number of decent reviews-

I gave it - four stars over the fact of the issue I had to face.

Cons: (Disturbing Q&A our of China-or, is it materials use or both?)

This is my third and I sincerely hope last review on this issue.

My last phone call to HP's main Tech Support and my having indicated that I was following up with on-going reviews seems to have paid off.

The local on the road tech support (this time) delivered a new monitor instead of someone's previous accident.

I can only hope that this new monitor will stand the test of time.

It must be stated that on both ends of the HP support network-I received outstanding service and a great deal of courtesy from all of their employees. Hats off to them.

Other Thoughts: Nec EC Display Solutions LCD2490W2-BK-SV Black 24" 8ms Height,Swivel.Pivot & Tilt Adjustable IPS Panel

(you get what you pay for?!)

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  • Quintin S.
  • 4/13/2011 11:01:03 PM
  • Tech Level: High
  • Ownership: 1 month to 1 year
  • Verified Owner

4 out of 5 eggsReally Nice, but a Campfire

Pros: I bought it mostly because it's a x1200 vertical, not 1080. And because it's IPS so there is no negative hologram when I move my head around. And last of all the portrait mode feature of the stand (which is very sensitive to the angle problem with non-IPS monitors. Terrific in these ways!

Cons: I would have bought another one and given 5 eggs if it weren't for the heat. The monitor is hotter than my other ones. It feels like I'm sitting in front of a campfire or my fireplace. It's too bad. It's a great monitor in many ways, but the heat keeps it from being perfect. You might not notice it if you have only one monitor, but I have four, and they all add up to a campfire. I used a passive IR thermometer to measure it. At the top, the 3 TNs are 115 degrees, this HP is 125. It doesn't sound like much, but I notice it.

Other Thoughts: Terrific monitor in all ways but the extra heat.

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