If it were up to me, a new monitor would break CNET's performance record every week. When a display performs well, the actual testing is just a little less stressful, since I'm not considering putting my fist through it every five minutes (I tend to overreact).
A monitor hasn't impressed me since reviewing the DisplayMate-based performance tests. I'm kind of a sucker for wide viewing angles, and the HP monitor has one of the best I've ever seen.. The HP LP2275w is currently the top performer in our
According to HP, the display has a 118 percent color gamut, which basically means it can do many more variances of color than a typical monitor could and it definitely proved to be more than a formidable competitor in our color tests.
Check out theto find out where exactly it excelled in DisplayMate and how it fared in games and movies.