Spinnerbait writes: "30 inch LCD panels as computer monitors are becoming more commonplace on the desktop these days, with offerings from the likes of Apple, Dell and now HP. HP's LP3065 is based on the same WCCFL-based (wide cold cathode florescent lighting) panel that Dell's UltraSharp 3007WFP-HC is built on. However, HP saw fit to one-up Dell (or two-up as the case may be) and added in a much-needed two additional DVI inputs. These panels have color spectral capabilities that allow them to reproduce 92% of the NTSC color gamut (better than most standard LCDs in the 70% range), with a 12ms black-to-black response time and 1000:1 contrast ratio. Not to mention they offer an enormous 2560X1600 native resolution in a 16:10 widescreen format."