Great performance and plenty of features for the money
The Asus PA248Q is aimed at serious graphics professionals and enthusiasts and delivers great performance and plenty of features for the money. It offers more screen space than a typical 24inch display and offers a full set of adjustments and comes calibrated.
I bought this as a 2nd monitor since I do a lot of work where I need the desktop space (writing a dissertation). This one blows the doors off of my main monitor (Asus VW266H) in terms of color, contrast, and brightness. I did not expect this to be so nice. It's very thin and light and thanks to LEDs it uses very little power (cool to the touch, front and back).
Wide colour range
At almost £2,000, the HP DreamColor LP2480zx isn't exactly a budget 24in monitor, and HP is taking on some tough competition from Eizo and NEC. The wider gamut and extra features give it a technical edge, but considering that a similarly specced professional 30in panel is only £300 more, we can't help feeling the LP2480zx could be priced more competitively.
Ease of use and wealth of options
In the DreamColor LP2480zx, HP has delivered an early candidate for product of the year. Its 30-bit panel and colour space support are unprecedented in this price range, while the ease of use and wealth of options can't be easily faulted. Now all HP need do is make a 30in version!
Billion color possibilities
The HP DreamColor LP2480zx is not a regular monitor. This monitor was designed for those who need consistent results that look perfect all the time. Professionals who are designers, photographers or video editors need this monitor because it is all about the color. It is called HP Dream Color because it is all about the color of the display. For those who need this type of advanced technology, there is no comparison.
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