"Outstanding 30" Monitor"5.0 starson by AlexKiddMaster
Pros: Lowest input lag of any 30" monitor.
30 - Bit color.
wide gamut (which , for a 30-bit panel a good thing with a 30-Bit panel)
Cons: No OSD
No Built-in Scalar
Summary: I think it's important to point out that Erik's review is from the perspective of the average consumer, rather than a professinal/enthusiast. A pro would probably care more about things like input lag, calibrated contrast ratio, panel uniformity, color accuracy, gamut, etc --as opposed to the number of ports, OSD, and things of that nature...
Putting that issue aside, the ZR30w has comparable image quality to the Dell U3011 (it's the same screen). The 3011 is has more ports, an OSD and built-in scalar. The ZR30w intentionally omits these features in order to minimize processing time (input lag). For me, input lag was more critical, so I went with HP. Here's a more thorough review at AnandTech: http://www.anandtech.com/show/3754/a-new-30-contender-hp-zr30w-review/1
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