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27'' HP Healthcare Edition HC271p QHD 60Hz 12ms(GTG) VGA HDMI DisplayPort Clinical Review Monitor, Head Only

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QHD 2560 x 1440 resolution
60Hz Refresh Rate
12ms(GTG)response time
VGA HDMI DisplayPort inputs
VESA Compatibility - Mountable

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The 12 MS response time probably rules these out as a serious gaming monitor, but these would be excellent productivity monitors for anybody looking for WQHD resolution and extra screen real estate. Be aware, however, that these healthcare monitors are meant for use in medical environments where privacy is a serious concern, and because of that they have a built in privacy filter. This means they can only be viewed dead on. Unlike regular IPS monitors, viewing angle is essentially 0°. They're meant for doctors and nurses to look at them straight on for patient records or x-rays without bystanders being able to see confidential patient info. At least, that's the theory. I believe they also have a 100x100 VESA mount.
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Beware not a $849 regular price monitor like neweeg claims, they inflate the price to make it seem like a great deal. QHD 2560 X 1440 monitors were expensive back in 2007 when they came out. Walmart has had this same monitor for cheaper:
https://www.walmart.com/ip/HP-HC2.../371243687

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The 12 MS response time probably rules these out as a serious gaming monitor, but these would be excellent productivity monitors for anybody looking for WQHD resolution and extra screen real estate. Be aware, however, that these healthcare monitors are meant for use in medical environments where privacy is a serious concern, and because of that they have a built in privacy filter. This means they can only be viewed dead on. Unlike regular IPS monitors, viewing angle is essentially 0°. They're meant for doctors and nurses to look at them straight on for patient records or x-rays without bystanders being able to see confidential patient info. At least, that's the theory. I believe they also have a 100x100 VESA mount.

it seems you're right.

From manual:
"Wide viewing angle to allow viewing from a sitting or standing position, or moving from side to side (models with embedded privacy filters are limited to a 60–degree horizontal viewing angle) ●Embedded privacy filter behind the cover glass"
http://h10032.www1.hp.com/ctg/Manual/c06379133

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VA panel
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Beware not a $849 regular price monitor like neweeg claims, they inflate the price to make it seem like a great deal. QHD 2560 X 1440 monitors were expensive back in 2007 when they came out. Walmart has had this same monitor for cheaper:
https://www.walmart.com/ip/HP-HC2.../371243687

NewEgg is garbage. Not a surprise.
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The 12 MS response time probably rules these out as a serious gaming monitor, but these would be excellent productivity monitors for anybody looking for WQHD resolution and extra screen real estate. Be aware, however, that these healthcare monitors are meant for use in medical environments where privacy is a serious concern, and because of that they have a built in privacy filter. This means they can only be viewed dead on. Unlike regular IPS monitors, viewing angle is essentially 0°. They're meant for doctors and nurses to look at them straight on for patient records or x-rays without bystanders being able to see confidential patient info. At least, that's the theory. I believe they also have a 100x100 VESA mount.
My previous employer buys privacy filters for desktop monitors upon staff requests. A 27" 3M privacy filter will cost almost the same as this monitor. So think this deal as a buying a privacy filter and get a free monitor Smilie
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This does NOT come with a stand. Head unit only. Also the colors will not look that great as it has a built in privacy screen. Just making sure people realize what this is and make an informed decision.
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Not to derail, but Newegg really is garbage now. They used to be a phenomenal retailer, and now I frequently don't even check their site. The marketplace is awful. Pricing is terrible. Shipping is frequently from Hong Kong which means very long wait time. They are a shadow of their former selves. It's a shame too — I used to really like them for standing up to patent trolls.
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Um... No? Have to respectfully disagree.
Uh yes. Unfortunately Newegg has gone down hill ever since they were purchased by a Chinese company. Also be careful with monitor purchase from them. They have a crappy dead pixel policy.
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VA panel
No, this is an AHVA panel, which is a different technology, much closer to IPS.

"What is AHVA?
Yet another proprietary "IPS-like" panel type that offers similar performance to PLS. Developed by AUO, AHVA is short for Advanced Hyper-Viewing Angle. The acronym can be slightly confusing as AHVA technology will sometimes be mixed up with Vertical Alignment (VA, see below) even though it makes use of In-Plane Switching (IPS)."

https://www.pchardwarehelp.com/gu...-types.php
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Um... No? Have to respectfully disagree.
I'm forced to disagree. Newegg is awful now. I used to be their biggest fan when they first started but when they got bought out, Newegg went downhill

If you don't believe me , check their Reseller Ratings. They used to be 9.90, now they're 5's
https://www.resellerratings.com/store/Newegg
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I haven't had any problems with newegg recently, but I'm always careful to order direct from Newegg and not from one of their marketplace sellers. Same thing you have to do when ordering on Amazon: Make sure they're shipping it direct, and not one of their third party or marketplace sellers, a lot of which do ship from Asia. But your experience may differ, that I definitely don't deny.

As far as this monitor goes, I was looking at these on eBay a couple of months ago, and they've been available from several different sellers there, so it looks like HP or someone has recently liquidated a huge load of these things.
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