Hp Lp2475w Driver For Mac

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  2. Hp Lp2475w Specifications
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HP LP2475w is H-IPS panel and wide gamut. Dell 2408 is S-PVA, which is generally inferior to H-IPS, and very wide gamut, which means more trouble with over-saturated colours. Feb 03, 2009  HP LP2475w Monitor Help Please Jan 8, 2009. I can only suggest again that a dedicated HP driver for Mac, were HP to provide one, seems to me the most likely fix. I'm trying to hook up my LP2475w to a new Macbook --OSX 10.5.6. The DVI cable HP provided is a single DVI and does not connect properly to Macbook; the only cable. Home » HP LP2475w Wide LCD Monitor Use the links on this page to download the latest version of HP LP2475w Wide LCD Monitor drivers. All drivers available for download have been scanned by antivirus program.

Pros

easy to download, scanned it for viruses, installed, restarted the computer, and presto!

Hp Lp2475w Specs

Cons

no problems

Summary

My monitor was not reading some video game windows properly, but this driver fixed the problem

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General

PublisherHP
Publisher web sitewww.hp.com
Release DateApril 03, 2008
Date AddedOctober 29, 2008
Version1.00
Hp lp2475w resolution

Category

CategoryDrivers
SubcategoryVideo Drivers

Operating Systems

Operating Systems Windows 95/98/Me/NT/2000/XP/2003/2003 AMD 64-bit/XP AMD 64-bit
Additional Requirements
  • Windows NT
  • Windows 2000
  • Windows XP AMD 64-bit
  • Windows 95
  • Windows 2003
  • Windows ME
  • Windows XP
  • Windows 98
  • Windows 2003 AMD 64-bit
  • Hp Lp2475w Specifications

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    File Name sp39873.exe

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    • HP LP2475w

    HP’s LP2475w is a feature-packed 24-inch widescreen LCD that looks great, too. This moderately priced display hits all the right buttons.

    One of the biggest decisions you may have to make when setting up this display is which of the myriad connectors to use. The LP2475w offers one HDMI port, one DisplayPort input, two DVI ports, Component, Composite and S-Video inputs, as well as a DVI to VGA adapter cable for older analog inputs. And you don’t have to choose just one, as the L2475w supports picture-in-picture and picture-outside-of-picture, letting you select Composite, Component or S-Video as the secondary input. The LP2475w also sports an extremely flexible design allowing you to pivot, rotate and adjust the height of the screen.

    The LP2475w has an anti-glare screen and a slim, dark gray bezel with clearly marked and easily accessible buttons on the front bottom right of the screen. The menu system for the built-in controls is well organized, easy to use, and offers some interesting features like setting times for the display to automatically go to sleep and the option to turn off the small green power light on the front of the screen, which I guess could annoy some folks.

    Jury tests

    Viewing angleVery Good
    Color FidelityVery Good
    Text LegibilityVery Good

    scale = Superior, Very Good, Good, Fair, Poor

    How we tested: We connected the display to a 2.66GHz Mac Pro. We note the performance of the display at its default, out-of-the-box settings and then calibrate it to 6500K and a gamma of 2.2 using an Eye-One Display II or a bundled colorimeter, if provided. A panel of Macworld editors viewed a number of on-screen test images and rated each display as either Superior, Very Good, Good, Fair, or Poor in regards to color, text, and viewing angle performance as compared to a sampling of similar displays.—Macworld Lab testing by James Galbraith

    Once connected to our test system (a 2.66GHz Mac Pro) via DVI, the display powered up quickly and into its correct, native 1,920 by 1,200 resolution. The display boasts a 400 nit brightness and a 6ms pixel response. Unlike many displays, the LP2475w didn’t require much tweaking from its default settings, looking good right out of the box. Text was clean and fairly sharp, even at small point sizes, earning a Very Good rating. We didn’t find any dead or stuck pixels and colors looked uniform across the screen. In our standard color photo test we found colors to be bright and pleasing, if a little bit over the top in the reds.

    Lp2475w

    The viewing angle of the display isn’t the best we’ve seen, but not bad at all, with just a slight loss of contrast as you move your head left or right of center. You should have no problems at all, when using the display in normal day-to-day situations.

    Specifications

    Size (in inches)24
    Native Resolution1,920 x 1,200
    Connections2 DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort with HDCP support, Component Video, S-Video, and Composite Video, 6 USB
    Horizontal Viewing Angle178 degrees
    Brightness400 cd/m2
    Response Time (in milliseconds)6
    Contrast Ratio1,000:1
    Dimensions (height x depth x width, in inches)20.5 x 10 x 21.9
    SpeakersNo
    Warranty3 years

    Macworld buying advice

    With its bountiful input choices and its generous features set, the LP2475w is a great display for those looking for a monitor that can go from work to play at the push of an easy to find button. Bright, pleasing color, fast pixel response times and a flexible design make it easy to recommend the LP2475w.

    [James Galbraith is Macworld’s lab director. Photo by Peter Belanger.]

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    • HP LP2475w

      Pros

      • Highly adjustable stand
      • Multiple connection options
      • Very good all-around screen performance

      Cons

      • Colors, though pleasing, slightly over the top
      • Somewhat limited viewing angles
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