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Testing made more pleasant: HP's LP2275w

I haven't been as impressed by a monitor since reviewing the Dell UltraSharp 2408WFP. But the HP LP2275w is now our top performer in our DisplayMate-based performance tests.

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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 Dell UltraSharp 2408WFP. The HP LP2275w is currently the top performer in our 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.

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 the review to find out where exactly it excelled in DisplayMate and how it fared in games and movies.

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