Friday, April 2nd 2010

HANNSG Announces HZ281HPB 28 inch HD Monitor

The new HANNSG HZ281HPB monitor features a 28” widescreen display with a 1920 x 1200 WUXGA 1080p resolution, making it the perfect choice for those who require the ultimate display real-estate, and the number one choice to display HD content. Playing the perfect HD host, the HZ281HPB monitor displays HD content in its true entirety, delivering crisp, sharp images without lag for the best multimedia experience. It features a fast 3ms response time, a typical 800:1 contrast ratio and 400cd/m² brightness and includes both HDMI and DVI-D (HDCP) inputs, in addition to traditional VGA connectivity, enabling dual input to cater for the multitudes of state-of-the art and age-old plug-ins.

The HZ281HPB also boasts a super wide viewing angle of 170º, delivering perfect picture quality for wide angle viewing, whilst an anti-glare surface ensures the viewing experience is not hindered by direct sunlight or bright ambient lighting. The HZ281HPB has a modern look to match its dexterous performance credentials. It has a super slim bezel to accentuate the display and is finished in glossy black, at home in any contemporary setting or home cinema setup.

If you are looking to upsize, have intense graphic requirements or are simply looking for a static big-screen partner for a mobile computing device, then the HZ281HPB should tick all the boxes. The new HZ281HPB is available now, RRP £279.00 Inc. VAT from www.misco.co.uk, is supplied as standard with a 3 year on-site swap out manufacturers’ warranty and can be wall mounted utilising the VESA standard 100mm mounting plate.

Main Features:
  • Display Size: 27.5” Widescreen
  • Brightness: 400cd/m2
  • Contrast Ratio: 800:1
  • Resolution: 1920 x 1200 WUXGA
  • Response Time: 5ms (typ)/3ms (GtG)
  • Display Colours: 16.7M
  • Display Surface: Anti Glare
  • Viewing Angles: H/V 170º/160º
  • Inputs: VGA, Audio, HDMI, DVI-D (HDCP)
  • Speakers: 2x 2W
  • Dimensions (mm): 653 (w) x 254 (d) x 523 (h)
  • Tilt: 0º~20º
  • VESA Mounting: VESA Standard 100mm
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19 Comments on HANNSG Announces HZ281HPB 28 inch HD Monitor

#1
FreedomEclipse
Crazy Dogmatic Bullsh!t!
28" with 1920 x 1200 rez??

thanks but no thanks - thats why this is so f**king cheap. whats the point of buying a 28" if it runs the resolutions of a 24" ???

for a second there I thought HannsG really stepped up their game. guess their sticking to cheap low grade monitors.
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pantherx12
by: FreedomEclipse

whats the point of buying a 28" if it runs the resolutions of a 24" ???
You want a big screen but don't need the resolution bump?
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#3
FreedomEclipse
Crazy Dogmatic Bullsh!t!
Id rather have the rez bump
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#4
Black Hades
by: FreedomEclipse
Id rather have the rez bump
You have SLI.

And since when is full hd not HD enough... I'd rather not torture my video card. I doubt I'd see any jaggedness from the rez bump unless I'm 12 inch away from the monitor. 1080p-like resolutions are more than ok untill you hit +70" tv's

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I'm not even going to start on how 24" 16:9 is perfectly fine for the human field of view (what you can get without tilting your head) when viewed from desk range (18-24" standard recommended for health reasons). More than that and you may as well be getting a LCDTV instead and game from sofa, bed and so on.
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#5
pantherx12
Some folk REALLY love pixel density I suppose!
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#6
HeroPrinny
Seems like a decent price, I've heard good things of HannsG monitors.. just not most of the ones in NA.
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#7
FreedomEclipse
Crazy Dogmatic Bullsh!t!
by: Black Hades
You have SLI.

And since when is full hd not HD enough... I'd rather not torture my video card. I doubt I'd see any jaggedness from the rez bump unless I'm 12 inch away from the monitor. 1080p-like resolutions are more than ok untill you hit +70" tv's

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I'm not even going to start on how 24" 16:9 is perfectly fine for the human field of view (what you can get without tilting your head) when viewed from desk range (18-24" standard recommended for health reasons). More than that and you may as well be getting a LCDTV instead and game from sofa, bed and so on.
Negative - I have Crossfire
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#8
bogie
by: FreedomEclipse
28" with 1920 x 1200 rez??

thanks but no thanks - thats why this is so f**king cheap. whats the point of buying a 28" if it runs the resolutions of a 24" ???

for a second there I thought HannsG really stepped up their game. guess their sticking to cheap low grade monitors.
Dell U2711 is what your after!
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#9
FreedomEclipse
Crazy Dogmatic Bullsh!t!
hell yeah that looks sexy - pitty Dell have 'backlight' issues with quite a lot of their monitors. crap like 1 side/corner of the screen being 'brighter' then the others. I have used some of the cheaper ultrasharp monitors & they are teh sex
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#10
bogie
I have the Dell U2711 and I can tell you it's an awesome monitor.

No bleeding or lag in fps games issues.

Got it for £680 on ebay! Bargain! 10/10 cannot recommend the monitor enough.

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#11

I have a DELL 2707WFP and has a sharper image than any of those 24" out there. Probably people never seen a 27" or 28" on spot to compare the clarity details vs lower sizes.

What kind of display is this Hanz? TN or S-PVA??
#12
stinger608
by: TAViX
I have a DELL 2707WFP and has a sharper image than any of those 24" out there. Probably people never seen a 27" or 28" on spot to compare the clarity details vs lower sizes.

What kind of display is this Hanz? TN or S-PVA??
For the price point, it is not a TN:rolleyes:
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#13
Robert-The-Rambler
I have a Viewsonic 28" just like it

by: stinger608
For the price point, it is not a TN:rolleyes:
That is a TN!!!! And it does have some backlight bleed. It is an A+ gamer with the lights on but more of a C in the dark. The film negative effect will be a distraction when in a totally dark room. :)
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#14
Wile E
Power User
by: stinger608
For the price point, it is not a TN:rolleyes:
Got it backwards. TN is the cheapest. TN
And 28" is crap for a 1920x1200 res. The pixels are bigger than on a 24" 1920x1200 monitor, making the picture more grainy, unless you want to sit further away from it.

by: TAViX
I have a DELL 2707WFP and has a sharper image than any of those 24" out there. Probably people never seen a 27" or 28" on spot to compare the clarity details vs lower sizes.

What kind of display is this Hanz? TN or S-PVA??
I have, and they look worse. The 24" has a much sharper, less pixelated image.
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#15
1Kurgan1
The Knife in your Back
Isnt this the same monitors that been on the market for sometime?
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#16
Robert-The-Rambler
I think it is the same

by: 1Kurgan1
Isnt this the same monitors that been on the market for sometime?
Viewsonic makes one with the same panel and so does I-Inc.
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#17
pr0n Inspector
by: TAViX
I have a DELL 2707WFP and has a sharper image than any of those 24" out there. Probably people never seen a 27" or 28" on spot to compare the clarity details vs lower sizes.

What kind of display is this Hanz? TN or S-PVA??
LOL WHAT
a 24'' display with the same PPI as your 2707wfp(e.g. making a 24-incher with the same panel) would only have a resolution of 1706x1066. Is that your definnition of "sharper"?:roll:
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