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September 15, 2011 4:34:08 AM

It seems there are 2 versions of HP ZR24W - VM633A8#ABA and VM633A4#ABA with over a $100 price difference. But they seem to be the same.

Can anyone explain?

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September 15, 2011 2:14:00 PM

I'll be frank with you.... I seriously can't tell the difference between the 2 versions. My guess is that they are the same but branded for different markets. Like there is the US version, only sold in the US VM633A8#ABA cheaper and the international version VM633A4#ABA Sold around the world costing more since the return policy will be substantially more costy for them. When I look at the specs they are the same, so it's the same monitor with a different name version. If you wanna buy either one, you won't regret it ^_^ THEY ROCK!
September 15, 2011 2:35:49 PM

psyxix said:
I'll be frank with you.... I seriously can't tell the difference between the 2 versions. My guess is that they are the same but branded for different markets. Like there is the US version, only sold in the US VM633A8#ABA cheaper and the international version VM633A4#ABA Sold around the world costing more since the return policy will be substantially more costy for them. When I look at the specs they are the same, so it's the same monitor with a different name version. If you wanna buy either one, you won't regret it ^_^ THEY ROCK!

Do you have one? I am looking at it because it is IPS AND CCFL. I just purchased 2 Dell U2312HM LED monitors and I think I have problem with them being LED (coming from CCFL LCD monitors at work and at home). It just seems that my eyes can't adjust to LED backlight no matter how much I turn them down. At work I stare at the monitor 8 hours a day without any problems. I am not wearing glasses. At home with these Dell monitors I start feeling eyestrain after 10 minutes.
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September 15, 2011 3:14:58 PM

... then zr24w is not the solution. I'm receiving mine tonight so I can't share any personal opinions about it, but I read that the backlight on the zr24w is pretty powerful but it's not LED so I don't know what to say =/. You can either wait until I get mine and run some tests for ya or buy it and return it if you can't stand it ;)  That is IT, i'm not an excellent poet you see :D .
September 15, 2011 3:46:21 PM

psyxix said:
... then zr24w is not the solution. I'm receiving mine tonight so I can't share any personal opinions about it, but I read that the backlight on the zr24w is pretty powerful but it's not LED so I don't know what to say =/. You can either wait until I get mine and run some tests for ya or buy it and return it if you can't stand it ;)  That is IT, i'm not an excellent poet you see :D .


Keep me posted on your experience with your new monitor please? Via this thread or PM. I will plug my old monitor tonight next to the new one to try to figure out what's been bothering me.
July 3, 2012 2:08:22 AM

joeschmoe007 said:
It seems there are 2 versions of HP ZR24W - VM633A8#ABA and VM633A4#ABA with over a $100 price difference. But they seem to be the same.

Can anyone explain?


The VM633A4 has a faster responce time at 5ms vrs 7ms.
I found this on the HP website.
At a glance
VM633A4 VM633A8
Price: $539.00* Price: $459.00*
Refresh response time 5 ms 7 ms

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