The monitor has a black bezel with silver on the rear and base. An HDMI logo is In the upper left corner, with the controls in the lower right. A badge in the center of the monitor with a world logo replaces what would normally be an HP logo. However, a sticker alerting of the rotation feature in HP’s Nightmare Before Christmas-like text gives away that this is, in fact, an HP monitor.
This is one of those awesome monitors which can be turned on its side for reading long documents. It turns clockwise.
Four buttons comprise the controls: Menu, -, +, and Select. The power button is on the top of the monitor.
The base of the display is extremely sturdy and is embossed for the storage of pens and such. The arm moves quite a bit up an down and allows tilting. There is no left to right action, though. It’s a standard VESA display, so a user could remove the base and put it on a VESA mount.
The underside has the HDMI, VGA, power, and USB connection. The actual USB ports are on the side of the monitor.
Colin Dean has been a writer for ThinkComputers since 2006.