4 reviews

HP w2207h

$230.00 Released January, 2007

Product Shot 1 The Pros:HDMI support. Rotates from regular mode to portrait mode. Good value, affordable price for the size.

The Cons:Doesn't include a DVI adapter. Integrated speakers are - like all of those built into monitors - poor quality, tinny. High gloss screen - poor glare from lights or nearby windows.

The HP w2207h is the top of the line model in a series of monitors HP released in early 2007. The w2207h features a 22” widescreen display at a 16:10 aspect ratio, and a maximum resolution of 1680 x 1050.

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This design makes the w2207h ideal for multimedia, including viewing video, photo editing and gaming. This monitor can rotate from regular mode to portrait mode in order to view long documents or web pages. The contrast ratio is rated at 1000:1, meaning users will see distinct blacks and whites along with its 5-millisecond response time, which alleviates blurring with fast moving imagery. The w2207h can display both analog and digital content using the VGA or HDMI connection, respectively. A DVI adapter can be purchased separately. Other features include two 2-watt integrated speakers and low energy usage with Energy Star compliance. Users looking for a smaller or larger screen should look at the other monitors in the series; the w1907 or the w2007.


  • monitor type: 22” diagonal widescreen
  • Native resolution: 1680 x 1050 @ 60 Hz
  • contrast ratio: 1000:1
  • pixel pitch: 0.282mm
  • sound: Integrated speakers (2W/channel)
  • Energy Star qualified
  • input: VGA; HDMI
  • dimensions: 20.61" W x 11.38" D x 18.95" H

User Reviews (5)

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  • 4

    HDMI support

  • 2

    rotates from regular mode to portrait mode

  • 2

    good value, affordable price for the size

  • 1

    Energy Star compliant

  • 1

    integrated speakers

  • 1

    16:10 aspect ratio is the jack of all trades - acceptable for all applications

  • 1

    comes bundled with an HDMI cable

  • 1

    stand has good ergonomic features

  • 3

    doesn't include a DVI adapter

  • 1

    integrated speakers are - like all of those built into monitors - poor quality, tinny

  • 1

    high gloss screen - poor glare from lights or nearby windows

  • 0

    not 1080p

  • 0

    TN matrix - affordable to produce/sell, at the expense of colour depth and viewing angles

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jaapverheggen: #hp_w2207h All together this is not a bad screen for the price. The colors look radiant with the high gloss finish, on the other hand, the high gloss finish does create reflections which are annoying.
The colors are good, the viewing angle is bad, the stand and finish are good, the bleeding in from the side is bad, the monitor settings menu is good, noise and black levels are bad.

This monitor would best suite a desk setup for a non-professional or home office. You could use it for photo editing, but the purist would say that the colors (of any TN panel) are not correct enough. However, photo's do look very radiant on this screen.

I would give it a 66 out of 100 Aug 9, 09
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