While browsing the review queues, I'll occasionally come across an answer by a new user to an old, highly-trafficked question. The new user's answer ostensibly answers the question, but is short and only includes information already covered by other answers in greater detail.
Here is an example of such an answer that came up in the review queues recently. I can't help but feel that answers like this miss the spirit of this site, though they technically follow the rules.
In review, what should I do about such answers? I don't think I should flag the answer as a non-answer, since the answer is in fact an answer. I'm not sure I should always downvote, since such an answer considered in isolation might actually be a good answer. At the same time, the answer doesn't actually contribute anything new, so it doesn't seem necessary to keep the "duplicate" answer.