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The L1710 is an entry-level monitor released by HP in 2008.

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picture doesn't generally need adjusting after turning it on for the first time

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fast refresh rate, easy on the eyes when working at it all day

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very bright screen, can handle most office environments

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no drivers required, just plug-and-play

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colors tend to bleed together, not good for watching movies

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fairly small viewing area, at full resolution text is tiny

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no inputs for anything other than basic VGA

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The L1710 is an entry-level monitor released by HP in 2008. Targeted at small and medium-sized businesses, this display features a 17” LCD panel at a 5:4 aspect ratio, and a maximum resolution of 1280 x 1024. This design makes the HP L1710 ideal for general purposes, including word processing, simple multimedia and basic gaming. The contrast ratio is rated at 800:1, meaning users will see distinct blacks and whites along with its 5-millisecond response time, which alleviates blurring with fast moving imagery. Another feature is the anti-glare coating on the screen, which reduces unwanted reflections from nearby lighting. The L1710 can only display content using a VGA (D-Sub) connection, as it does not include DVI (HDCP) support. This monitor is rated for low energy usage with Energy Star compliance. Users looking for an entry-level LCD monitor designed with general use in mind should find the HP L1710 more than suitable.

  • Monitor type: 17” LCD TFT
  • Aspect ratio: 5:4
  • Native resolution: 1280 x 1024
  • Contrast ratio: 800:1
  • Pixel pitch: 0.264 mm
  • 5 ms response time
  • Viewing angles: 160 degrees
  • Energy Star qualified
  • Input: VGA D-Sub
  • Dimensions: 15.2” x 14.8” x 7.5”, 10.4 lb
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