24-Inch HP Debranded HDMI Widescreen LCD Monitor
Author: Shawn Knight
Editor: Rutledge Feman
Date: 03-15-2009
Provided by: Geeks
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Introduction

Anyone that spends a lot of time in front of a computer monitor, whether for business or pleasure, knows that productivity is directly related to how much screen space you have at your disposal. Having several windows and programs open and visible at one time can save you a lot of time. Up until recently, if you really wanted a lot of desktop real estate, but didn't want to spend a small fortune to get it, the most economical choice was to run dual monitors. Now that LCD monitor prices have dropped substantially in price, however, many can now afford to upgrade to a larger monitor without breaking the bank. Such is the case with today's review sample, the 24" HP Debranded HDMI Widescreen LCD Monitor.


What exactly is a debranded monitor and why should you be interested? A debranded monitor (or any electronic item) has had its logo(s) either removed or covered up with other generic logos in order to sell the item at a clearance price but not give the impression that said brand is being sold at a discount. This particular unit is listed as refurbished (pre-owned) so it sells at an even lower price. It comes with a 90 day warranty and the standard eight dot defect policy that nearly every monitor carries. Below is a complete list of specifications, borrowed from Geeks.com


This monitor is very similar to its 22" little bother we took a look at late last year, but with one key difference: HDMI. Continue ahead as we put this 24" HDMI monitor to the test!


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