HP's LP3065: A typical 30-incher, but that's (mostly) a good thing

Is the HP LP3065 a typical 30-incher?

The LP3065 is a proud 30-incher that sticks to tradition. Josh P. Miller/CNET

It's rare that I get my hands on a 30-inch monitor these days, as only a handful of vendors actually make them. Not surprising given their usual prices, which can range from $1,000 up to $1,600 in some cases.

The HP LP3065 is a typical 30-inch monitor. A resolution of 2,560x1,600 pixels? Check. A number of useful ergonomic options? Check. A wide viewing angle thanks to its use of high-end panel technology? Checkeroo!

Unfortunately, the LP3065 also inherits the 30-inch monitor trend of only including a brightness setting as the sole video adjustment option. Check out the full review of the LP3065 to see what else HP did or didn't include.

Also, check out our new Monitor Buying Guide and be sure to check here for new monitor reviews.

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