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HP rolls out five slim and sleek, consumer level LED monitors

Hewlett-Packard is introducing a quintet of new LED back-lit displays, each measuring about an inch thick and promising up to 43% less energy consumption.
Written by Rachel King, Contributor on

Hewlett-Packard is introducing a quintet of new LED back-lit displays, each measuring about an inch thick and promising up to 43% less energy consumption.

Despite the news that certain manufacturers are ready to leave VGA connectivity in the past, only a few of the HP screens here have HDMI onboard.

Buyers can figure out the screen size (in inches) based on the first two numbers in each of the following product names: HP 2011x, 2211x, 2311x, 2511x and 2711x. The latter four share the most similarities, including:

  • BrightView panel (Full HD 1,920 x 1,080 resolution)
  • 3,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio (DCR)
  • 250 nits of brightness
  • 5 ms on/off response time reduces blur

The 2011x, however, sports an HD-ready 1,600 X 900-resolution anti-glare panel. Furthermore, the 2011x and 2211x only sport VGA and DVI-D (with HDCP) inputs, whereas the other three get HDMI as well.

The HP 2011x, 2211x and 2311x displays will launch first on Sunday, December 12 for $159.99, $199.99 and $229.99 respectively. The 2511x and 2711x will follow one week later on December 19 for $299.99 and $399.99 respectively.

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