No reflections here

Unlike some of its glossy brethren, the HP 2311gt has an antiglare coating that mostly prevents distracting reflections.
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Side view

Not the thinnest monitor in the world, but still sports a fairly thin panel.
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The seedy underbelly

The foot stand is actually quite wide for a 23-incher and pretty much keeps the monitor from wobbling.
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Yep, that's an HP

The large logo engraving kind of gives it away.
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Passive

We're dealing with a pretty cool customer here, as made evident by those rad glasses it's wearing.
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Connections

HDMI, DVI, and VGA are included. Not too shabby for a sub-$300 monitor.
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OSD

The very tactile buttons respond with a satisfying snap when pressed.
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