Hannspree 23″ HF237 LCD Review

Best Buy has it right now for $169.99 (price good till Saturday August 8 2009)

Display Size 23.0″ Wide Color Active Matrix TFT (16:9)
Resolution 1920 × 1200
Display Colors 16.7M Colors
Brightness 300 cd/m² (Typical)
Contrast Ratio 1000:1 (Typical);15,000:1 (X-contrast)
Response Time 5 ms (GTG)
Viewing Angle 170° (H) / 160° (V) (CR>10)
Input VGA, HDMI 1.3, PC Audio
Audio Built-in 1W × 2 Speakers
VESA Mounting Yes. (100 × 100mm)
Power Consumption On: 41W (Typical);Standby/Off: < 1W Certificates RoHS, CE, CB, NEMKO/Bau-Mark, GOST, BSMI, FCC, UL/CUL, Energy Star, PSB, KCC, MPRII, 3C, VCCI, Vista Premium Net Dimensions 553.1(W) × 411.8(D) × 178.7(H) mm Net Weight 4.5 kg Tilt -5° ~ 15° Swivel No. Height Adjustable Arm No. Remarks Selections and specifications may vary by country. This item has been given the TQ "OK" mO DeAl. At $169.99 being a good value. Do not pay more than $169.99. Keep in mind that final price could be up to $200 in California, due to $16 recycling fees, and tax. Hannspree.com

  • McKinley C. Dorcius

    If I had the cash, I’d def pick this up.

  • JackTrez

    nice review, I went out and bought it, your video was the deciding factor.

    One question though, can you buy a hdmi switch or something to extend your hdmi inputs? I like the vga look on that 360.

    Thanks, good review.

  • Jay

    Not to bust your bubble but that was a waste of money…………walmart sells 23 inchs for about 129

    • It was free my friend.

  • Jared

    Haha, if you think your Wal-Mart purchase is better than you’re an idiot, and please stay in Wal-Mart. HANNspree is by HANNSG, one of the better LCD monitor makers on the market. Not the best, but one of the better. I’d spend a little more on an LG or Samsung if it were my money, but for a budget screen this is well worth the money. Your Wal-Mart screen will be the bottom of the barrel in terms of quality assurance and even overall quality. Companies make budget screens for stores like Target and Wal-Mart, and all of the warehouse store LCDs and Plasmas use different panels that the companies would never use in a ‘professional’ or higher end product. Not to mention the fact that Wal-Mart knows nothing about proper packing, storing, shipping, or handling od LCD and Plasma screens.