HP Introduces New Series of monitors Highlighting First Ever USB Monitor By HP [CES 2013]

The CES 2013 has barely begun and already it is clear that the major focus of HP, one of the leading hardware component manufacturer, for th...

HP-Introduces-New-Series-of-monitors-Highlighting-First-Ever-USB-Monitor-By-HP-[CES-2013]-(5)The CES 2013 has barely begun and already it is clear that the major focus of HP, one of the leading hardware component manufacturer, for this year will be monitors. The company used CES 2013 to introduce 11 models of new types of Monitors already, including its first device category exclusively connected through a USB connection. With 15 inches and a maximum resolution of 1366x768 pixels, the U160 can be connected to any computer via a USB cable. Starting from $179, the device will hit U.S. stores by the end of January. For those who enjoy high quality display, there’s going to be Envy 27 at a price of $499. The 27-inch IPS display is able to work with 1080p resolution and promises to deliver a great sound quality using the integrated Beats speakers in monitor’s body – it’s going on the store on 3rd February.





Pavillion & ProDisplay Series

HP also introduced innovations in their Pavillion and ProDisplay monitor series, offering options for both normal average consumers and for corporate clients. See below for more details about the new devices developed by HP:

20xi, 22xi, 23xi, 25xi and 27xi Pavilion- Aiming for the conventional consumers, the new products of Pavillion series work with 1080p resolution and in VGA, DVI and HDMI input. The exception is the 20xi model , which has a maximum resolution of 1600x900 pixels and comes with no HDMI input. With prices ranging between $130 and $340, the products should begin to hit the market in coming weeks.

P191, P201, P221 and P201m ProDisplay- With screen sizes ranging from 18.5 inches to 21 inches, the new business models of HP Monitor sharse several characteristics. They all have 1000:1 contrast, response time of 5ms and can be rotated by 90 degrees. What varies is the maximum resolution of the devices: while the P191 works with 1366x768 pixels, the P221 is compatible with 1080p output. According to the manufacturer, the new products will arrive in stores with prices ranging between $129 and $179.

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