|Hanns-G HZ281HPB WideScreen LCD Monitor|
|Reviews - Featured Reviews: Monitor | HDTV|
|Written by Marc Fruchtman - Edited by Olin Coles|
|Tuesday, 21 December 2010|
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Closer Look: Hanns·G HZ281HPB
The Hanns·G HZ281HPB has a beautiful glossy black frame with a sturdy tilt back stand. Beauty can often require a little more dusting as even the faintest speck of dust will be readily recognizable on this frame. Finger print smudges are also easily noticeable. In comparison, I have a 22 inch Acer with a flat black frame that seems almost immune to smudges, and dust is less noticeable. You have to decide which is more important, an incredibly awesome glossy black frame or choose a different monitor which is more smudge proof. The frame is mounted to a very sturdy stand which can tilt the screen backwards only, from 0 to 20°. There is a little over 3.5 inches of clearance from the bottom of the stand to the bottom of the frame.
If you happen to have a keyboard that has stands that allow it tilt up from the back, then the keyboard will sit quite nicely over the stand base with clearance under the monitor.
The Hanns·G HZ281 ( HZ281HPB) arrived in its original box from Newegg. The Monitor was well protected.
There is a standard VGA (D-sub 15) connector, HDMI to DVI, Audio Cable, and Power Cord included, as well as a CD, Warranty Card, and Quick Start Guide.