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The description of the product says that it "work with your most frequently-used devices with VGA, HDMI, and DisplayPort", which is an INACCURATE description. First, the HDMI cable was missing from the package, I had to buy one myself. Second, the display did not work with my macbook pro 2018. I lost an incredible amount of time doing research to figure out why and a workaround. Then I contacted the seller who told me to contact HP directly. HP support was useless, they kept bouncing me around different services and finally said that they could not help for that kind of issue because they only had drivers for windows operating systems, which means that the display does not work with macbook, which should have been made clear by the seller!! Result: loss of time and I'm returning this useless product.
this thing is from the FUTURE! it has an on screen BLUE LIGHT cancelation option when working tired. you can flip the screen in any direction and it still works...even upside-down. the base has enough weight to keep it from tipping yet you can easily scope it up high or low depending on preference. the design is worthy of an award. the only weird thing is the screen does not seem to have speakers (which is what I like) but when a sudden power cut occurs the screen makes a noise like it has a speaker. strange. the thing took weeks to deliver and I had a guy in BRAZIL trying to sell me one until he realized he also had to pay $100's more to ship it to me. Beware of Brazilian Sellers. my old HP MONITOR had 5500 hrs. of operation before it started to fail. I am hoping this NEW model will last at least 10,000 hrs.
p.s. later found out this monitor does have speakers and also has a computer chip which sometimes interferes with the main computer itself, since the monitor has abilities to split screen and block blue light the main computer thinks it's a virus trying to interfere. I have tried to sync the monitor to ONLY respond to the main computer, and it's gotten better but I find I have to update my firewall more often.
I'm using this for a business workstation, and it's a good fit. I'm using this standard monitor with 1FH48A8#ABA (23.8-inch monitor with speakers and webcam) in a multi-monitor setup.
Pros: + Clear image + Plenty of brightness + Color range is good for the price + Slim bezel is nice for multi-monitor setups + Reasonably thin and light + Internal power supply (no external power brick)
Cons: - Viewing angle could be better. I was spoiled with my old laptop. - Matte finish burrs the crispness slightly, compared to a glossy monitor - Blue light filter is activated though the display menu, which is awkward to use.
No opinion: - Haven't tried the stand. It looks nice, but I already ordered a dedicated dual monitor mount. - Non-business applications. I've watched some video, but nothing really response time intensive.
Bought this for business use and long hours - excel word email reading etc - not for entertainment ; it was pricey compared to similar other for none business use by approx thirty to forty bucks. Its worth investment especially with additional features of screen adjustment (up & down) and especially when you use multi monitors due to thin sides so both screens placed parallel would look seamless (i plan to buy second one soon). I did try to research other brands for business but either they were very expensive or there weren't many to choose from. Also what i like is direct power input rather than via adopter. on sizing 23" for multi monitor setup is much better than 27" i have that setup at work and it makes neck strained. Input wise it has DP plugin which is perfect. As this is recent addition of HP's it may go down in pricing in few years.
UPDATE: 7/6/2019: Last week this monitor screen started to black out. fr a business series at this price range in little more than a year doesn't speak much of quality. HP warranty 3 year did cover replacement.
Very nice monitor. Comes with standard versa mount, which is becoming less common. Be aware, there are two different sizes for this monitor with nearly the same model number. The one that ends in "i" is a true 24 inch monitor, thus will output to 1920x1200. The one I received is a 23.8 inch and has a maximum resolution of 1920x1080.
Looks sleek on my desk. I like the silver edge and minimal frame. I do like the small base but it’s not that heavy. I’m concerned it could be easily knocked over by someone brushing against it. Next earthquake, I’ll let you know. Lol
Nice picture, too. Haven’t really tested the sound because I have external speakers. I like the way the screen will move vertically up and down—tho it took me a few minutes to realize there’s no mechanism or release—you just push the screen down or up. Time will tell whether or not that holds up. I have a future vision of the thing sliding to the bottom and not wanting to stay at a higher level.¯\_(ツ)_/¯ Also the screen will rotate to a Portrait view. Not sure I’d ever use this feature but I’m sure someone will. Pretty decent overall. Happy with it so far.
I love my new HP Elite Display monitor. I connected it to my 2019 15" MacBook Pro with the UNI HDMI to USB-C cable (https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B089QP45RT?pf_rd_r=7E46P1WJGDEV6ZJBR82D&pf_rd_p=edaba0ee-c2fe-4124-9f5d-b31d6b1bfbee) and it works flawlessly. Pair it with a keyboard, mouse, or trackpad (I have Apple's Magic Keyboard and Trackpad) and your MacBook will continue to display on the HP Elite Display even when your MacBook is closed.
The monitor was packaged very nicely. It's well-built, modern, and sleek, and the anodized aluminum finish matches my Apple devices. The matte screen is smooth and anti-glare. The display itself is great; I was afraid that going from my MacBook's native resolution to 1080p might be too jarring but it's very reasonable on the eyes. I also like that this monitor has multiple hookup options and a cable is included in the box for each one.
When researching for a monitor, one of my requirements was to find one that is very adjustable. This HP can slide up and down on a smooth track, angle forward or back, and swivel left and right, making it easy to find a comfortable placement. Overall I have absolutely NO complaints with this monitor. If you need a sleek monitor that matches (and is compatible with) your MacBook, don't look any farther than the Elite Display. At this price, it's worth every penny!
P.S. I saw a review claiming that the HP Elite display didn't work with their MacBook...Mine works perfectly in conjunction with this monitor so perhaps their cable wasn't compatible or something. No regrets here!