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HP Z27n G2 & Z24n G2 IPS Monitor (Head Only) 60Hz DisplayPort 1.2, HDMI, DVI-D, VESA Compatible 1 Year Warranty $269.99 New Open Box $169.99

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HP Z27n G2 27" IPS Monitor (Head Only) 2560x1440 60Hz DisplayPort 1.2, HDMI, DVI-D, VESA Compatible 1JS10U9#ABA 1 Year Warranty $269.99 New Open Box
  • New - Open Box
  • Head Only (Original Base Stand Not Include)
  • Anti-glare 27" In-Plane Switching (IPS) Panel
  • 5 ms gray to gray
  • DisplayPort 1.2 | HDMI 1.4 | DVI-D
  • 2560 x 1440 @ 60 Hz Native Resolution
  • 1000:1 Static Contrast Ratio
  • VESA Compatible 100mm x 100mm
  • VESA mount not included
  • 1 Year Warranty
$269.99

https://www.newegg.com/hp-z27n-g2...KVUB965252



HP Z24n G2 24" IPS Monitor (Head Only) 1920 x 1200 @ 60Hz DisplayPort 1.2, HDMI, DVI-D, Vesa Compatible 1JS09U9#ABA 1 Year Warranty $169.99 New Open Box
  • New - Open Box
  • Head Only (Original Base Stand Not Include)
  • Anti-glare 24" In-Plane Switching (IPS) Panel
  • 5 ms gray to gray
  • DisplayPort 1.2 | HDMI 1.4 | DVI-D
  • 1920 x 1200 @ 60 Hz Native Resolution
  • 1000:1 static; 10000000:1 dynamic
  • VESA Compatible 100mm x 100mm
  • VESA mount not included
  • 1 Year Warranty
$169.99

https://www.newegg.com/hp-z24n-g2-24-wuxga/p/0JC-0019-029S6?Item=9SIAKVUB968599​ [newegg.com]
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The title is confusing. Maybe put the price next to each item rather than at the end of the title.

Also, the page says it's refurbished, yet "New" at the same time.
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Looks like a good deal. HP Z class monitors are usually business class and often use the same panels as high end ACER or LG. I have Z38 wide-screen, curved and am very happy with it. I use mine for business and occasional movies. The absence of the stand should not be detrimental as oftentimes you would want to mount for stability, so the original stand goes right to trash. The cost of the stand or mount is $15-50 on Amazon depending on the configuration you want.
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Looks like a good deal. HP Z class monitors are usually business class and often use the same panels as high end ACER or LG. I have Z38 wide-screen, curved and am very happy with it. I use mine for business and occasional movies. The absence of the stand should not be detrimental as oftentimes you would want to mount for stability, so the original stand goes right to trash. The cost of the stand or mount is $15-50 on Amazon depending on the configuration you want.
You also lose the 3 year warranty
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24" is 1080 @ 60hz, not 1440.
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This is lukewarm at best for an Open-Box item missing the stand. A 24" is nothing special at 1080p for $169 - you can find that pretty much all-day long from any number of unknown sellers, which is what this also is as it is through Newegg marketplace.

Heck, Newegg itself has about 15 different monitors at this price or lower [newegg.com] with the same specs and warranty.
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buy higher resolution if you are already using a high res monitor. I bought a 1080p 23in, big difference comparing to my 5k iMac...
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I have a couple of Dell stands from a pair of P2319H's, Can I use those with these monitors?
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24" is 1080 @ 60hz, not 1440.
It's more like 1920 x 1200. It's a 16:10.
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No USB C beware
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This is lukewarm at best for an Open-Box item missing the stand. A 24" is nothing special at 1080p for $169 - you can find that pretty much all-day long from any number of unknown sellers, which is what this also is as it is through Newegg marketplace.

Heck, Newegg itself has about 15 different monitors at this price or lower [newegg.com] with the same specs and warranty.
Those are not in the same class as these monitors. These monitors are mainly geared towards graphics designers and video editors who need high color accuracy, small bezels, and the ability to daisy chain multiple displays.
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I have a couple of Dell stands from a pair of P2319H's, Can I use those with these monitors?
Are the stands VESA on the back? That will be your answer. Most Dell stands are proprietary and would not work.
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This or Dell 2717 or 2719? I have used all of them but couldn't come to a conclusion

Edit just saw it's 1 yr warranty vs Dell 3 yr warranty so may not be worth it

Z27 comes with a metal base and no it's not interchangeable with Dell laptop or any other
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It's more like 1920 x 1200. It's a 16:10.
Are you high? It says 1080. And OP refuses to fix his/her mistake too.
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Those are not in the same class as these monitors. These monitors are mainly geared towards graphics designers and video editors who need high color accuracy, small bezels, and the ability to daisy chain multiple displays.
not really. these monitors are more for office and basic photo editing.

they aren't calibrated out of the box, and they are only >99% srgb support. Not 100%. Which means they didn't test it, and only pulled it from the panel supplier spec sheet.

Most IPS monitors will be >99% srgb.

Also displayport smt is not as useful as I'd thought it'll be. DP 1.2 bandwidth limit prevents using a 4k monitor in the chain. G-Sync and Freesync also doesn't work.


While the Z27n G2 is a solid monitor, it's not worth it at this price, condition and seller rating.
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