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HP L1750 Review
|$70 Over 8 Years|
Why Has it Scored 38?
It has not bad user reviews with an average user rating of 80%.
This PC monitor is over 2 years old and it is likely that newer, better PC screens are available. View the latest PC monitors 2017.
It has running costs of $70 over 8 years, which puts it typical compared to the other 2,770 LCD screens that we have compared it to.
This HP PC monitor has some good features, but is also missing a few features:
Not Energy Star certified
Does not have a built-in speaker(s)
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HP L1750 In-Depth Analysis
Not Energy Star Certified
The HP L1750 is not Energy Star certified. 64% of PC displays do are Energy Star certified.
Does Not Have a Built-In Speaker(s)
The HP L1750 does not have a built-in speaker(s), although it is worth keeping in mind that 53% of PC screens also do not have a built-in speaker(s).
Quite Narrow Viewing Angle, Horizontal
The HP L1750's viewing angle, horizontal of only 160° is fairly narrow compared to most other LCD screens. It is in the narrowest 10% of all LCD screens when ranked by this feature. Across all the flatpanel monitors the viewing angles, horizontal range from 17° to 180°, and the average viewing angle, horizontal is 170°.
The HP L1750 is wall mountable. 92% of PC screens are not wall mountable.
Only 1280 X 1024 Pixels Display Resolution
The HP L1750 has a maximum display resolution of 1280 x 1024 pixels. That's 37% smaller display resolution than the most frequently found resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels. The worst resolution of all PC monitors is 320 x 240 pixels and the best is 5120 x 2880 pixels.
Running Costs Are OK
The L1750 is typical compared to the other 2,770 PC screens that we have analysed for 8 year running costs. Based on average energy prices and usage levels, we estimate the 8 year running cost of the L1750 is $70.
|Manufacturer Part Numbers||hp gf904at|