'The video connections sit to the right of the neck of the stand and are fairly easy to get to; the left of the connections, you'll find two additional USB downstream ports and one upstream port.'
'intuitive menu structure'
'sharp, easy-to-read text'
'Text looks exceptionally crisp, and reading was much easier on our eyes than with any other monitor we recently tested.'
'extremely flexible design'
'good all-around screen performance'
'very good color'
'Support For 1080p HD Video.'
'Smaller display size.'
'The HP Z200 is ideal for engineers and designers using Autodesk AutoCAD, photographers using Adobe Photoshop and power office users.'
'new S-IPS panel technology'
'Affordable price for what you get.'
'For website sounds and the odd bit of YouTube viewing it might just be passable, but it's unsuitable for any kind of nuanced music or gameplay function.'
'The buttons are easy to press and fairly responsive.'
'Backlight bleed around the edges.'
'Colours look great, and we watched some fast-paced movies without any issues.'
'Doesn't always respond to multitouch input.'
'whose execution of the hardware around the multitouch interface is better.'
'the buttons are tactile and they give a satisfying click when pushed.'
'No HDMI Cable.'
'Cheap stand - wobbly, no height adjustment or portrait mode.'
'its performance is average at best.'
Good refresh rate eliminates ghosting in games
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