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The HP w1907 is the entry-level model in a series of monitors HP released in early 2007.

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Stylish aesthetic, looks nicer than typical flat black models

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Downloadable image adjustment software works well and is much easier than adjusting with buttons

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High quality colour reproduction, especially for this price point

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Text crispness is above average for this price

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Glossy finish produces noticeable glare

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Monitor is set low on its stand and height cannot be adjusted

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Integrated speakers are weak and sound tinny

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Port locations are in awkward locations, very difficult to connect audio cables

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The HP w1907 is the entry-level model in a series of monitors HP released in early 2007. The w1907 features a 19” widescreen display at a 16:9 aspect ratio, and a maximum resolution of 1440 x 900. This design makes the w1907 ideal for multimedia, including viewing video, photo editing and gaming. The contrast ratio is rated at 1000:1, meaning users will see distinct blacks and whites along with its 5-millisecond response time, which alleviates blurring with fast moving imagery. This monitor can display both digital and analog content using the DVI-D (with HDCP) or VGA port, respectively. Other features include two 2-watt integrated speakers and low energy usage with Energy Star compliance. Users looking for a larger screen should look at the other monitors in the series; the w2007 and the w2207h.

  • monitor type: 19” diagonal widescreen
  • Native resolution: 1440 x 900 @ 60 Hz
  • contrast ratio: 1000:1
  • pixel pitch: 0.285mm
  • sound: Integrated speakers (2W/channel)
  • Energy Star qualified
  • input: VGA; DVI-D
  • dimensions & weight: 18.2” x 14.9” x 7.2”, 11lbs
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