In all its huge glory.

The HP LP3065 in CNET's monitor testing lab.
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Showing off its size.

Behind the 23-inch Acer H235H.
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Height adjustment.

The panel in its lowest position.
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Height adjustment No. 2.

The panel in its highest position.
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A wide monitor needs a wide footstand.

I didn't have a quarter handy, so I used a DVI adapter to show scale.
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Viewing angle.

Straight on viewing angle.
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Viewing angle No. 2.

Viewing angle from below. That floor was kinda dirty...
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Viewing angle No. 3.

I guess someone may want to view an image from this angle...maybe?
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Three DVI inputs.

Why settle for just one, or two?
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A carrying handle.

Honestly, this thing is so heavy and well, huge, that a carrying handle on the back doesn't really make such sense.
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