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HP 2310 PC Monitor

23" 1920 X 1080 Dec 2012
Display Diagonal Display Resolution Release Date
Three industry awards
Easy to use
Expensive
51 Reviews + 3 Awards
tweaktown.com Best Performance Award techgage.com Editor's Choice insidehw.com Approved

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Reviews

Three Industry Awards

Two expert review sites both thought that this LCD screen was good. This PC screen received an "Editor's Choice" award from Techgage.com who concluded it was excellent and the expert at Tweaktown.com concluded that it performed well and gave it a "Best Performance Award".

Insidehw.com gave this flatpanel monitor an "Approved" award.

Expert Reviews Are Average

Based on seven expert reviews from sites including apcmag.com, datatid.dk, tweaktown.com and prad.de the average expert rating of this PC monitor is 73 out of 100.

Good Brand

We checked 2,015 user and expert reviews for HP LCD screens and found that on average HP has good reviews compared to other brands. We also found that HP has good reviews specifically for its medium monitors.

User Reviews Are Average

On average, based on 65 user reviews the average user rating of this flatpanel monitor is 66 out of 100.


Price

Cheap

Three HP 2310 reviewers who reviewed the HP 2310 agreed that it was cheap.

Insight L. said “I coupled this with the Athena 5-bay internal SATA enclosure to create an inexpensive, internal, fast, 4-drive 500GB RAID5 array” in their HP 2310 review. An anonymous reviewer rated it 7 stars and she mentioned on Newegg.com “Overall an excellent solution for low-cost SATA RAID under Linux” in her review of this PC monitor.

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Good Value for Money

Four customers considered that the product was good value for money.

Todd H. wrote in his review of this PC monitor “I bought this card due to the overall rating it was given vs the price and how many types of RAID stds it supports”. An anonymous reviewer wrote ten years ago “I know the price and features are appealing”. Andre B. mentioned in his review of the HP 2310 on Newegg.com eleven years ago “Excellent value far superior to on-board 'RAID' units”.

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Expensive

Five people wrote in their reviews that this PC monitor was expensive.

Phillip K. said in his review of this PC monitor on Newegg.com “Performance with this card + Linux md RAID will exceed that of expensive hardware RAID controllers”. Phillip K. also said “This card is a good one to use with Linux md RAID as it has no expensive hardware RAID controller chip that would simply be ignored” in his review. Phillip K. also said “Be much less expensive” in his review.

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Design

Easy to Use

Two HP 2310 reviewers who reviewed the product considered that it was easy to use.

Easy to Setup

Two customers who reviewed this PC monitor concluded that it was easy to setup.

Phillip K. mentioned on Newegg.com “The driver install is actually not that bad, certainly not any more difficult than setting up Linux md RAID, which isn't that bad either” and gave the HP 2310 a score of 7 stars. Walt E. wrote “Make sure to setup the RAID in the RAID cards BIOS”.

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Touch Sensitive Screen

One HP 2310 reviewer considered that it had a touch sensitive screen.

Expert review site Insidehw.com rated the HP 2310 4 stars and wrote “With a touch-sensitive monitor and a modern operating system, this is an option for desktop PC users as well”.

Not Well Designed

One person who reviewed it reckoned that it was not well designed.

Patrick M. wrote on Newegg.com “Not even worth using as a SATA expansion because it only works half the time I boot my computer! Serious design issues”.

Not Good Looking

One customer mentioned in their reviews that it was not good looking.

An anonymous reviewer wrote in her review of the HP 2310 on Newegg.com “Getting the drivers to work under opensuse 10.1 with kernel patches was pretty difficult (you should boot from another drive if possible).”.


Features

Good Features

Two customers who reviewed it concluded that it had good features.

An anonymous reviewer she mentioned “It has a bunch of professional & future-proofing features”.


Support

Good Customer Support

One customer said in their reviews that it had good customer support.

Eleven years ago an anonymous author she said on Newegg.com “HighPoint customer support is great”.

Good Technical Guidance

One person mentioned in their reviews that the product had good technical guidance. Tweaktown.com said “Informative Manual”.


Connectivity

Email Functionality

One HP 2310 owner who reviewed this PC monitor considered that it had email functionality.

An anonymous reviewer said eleven years ago “Tech support were good and immediately sent me an email with the new BIOS” in her review of the HP 2310.


Display

Very Fast Response Time

PC displays of this type and age have response times of between 1ms and 40ms, and the average response time is 6.1ms. The HP 2310 has a fairly fast response time (only 2.5 milliseconds) compared to most of the other medium monitors that were released more than two years ago.

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1920 X 1080 Pixels Display Resolution

This PC screen has a display resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, which is typical of many similar spec PC screens that are a comparable age to it.

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Audio

Noisy

One customer who reviewed the product reckoned that it was noisy.


Multimedia

Does Not Have a Built-In Speaker(s)

The HP 2310 does not have a built-in speaker(s), although this is within the context that most of the other PC displays of this age and type also do not have a built-in speaker(s).

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Other

Released Over Four Years Ago

HP released the 2310 over four years ago.


Product Identifiers

Manufacturer Part Numbers wc29160001, wc292aa
Barcodes 00884962695074, 00884962788967, 04054842790816

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