Friday, August 30th 2013

HP Releases the EliteDisplay E221c IPS Monitor

HP has this week introduced a new 'built-for-business' monitor, the EliteDisplay E221c. This model features a 21.5-inch IPS (in-plane switching) panel, an LED backlight, a native resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels, a 7 ms (gray-to-gray) response time, a dynamic contrast ratio of 5,000,000:1, VGA, DVI and DisplayPort connectors, and a stand allowing for tilt, swivel, pivot and 150 mm height adjustment.

HP's monitor also comes with built-in (rear firing) speakers, a 720p webcam with dual microphones, and a 2-port USB hub. The EliteDisplay E221c has a three-year warranty and costs $219.
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5 Comments on HP Releases the EliteDisplay E221c IPS Monitor

#1
hellrazor
Replace that 'E' with a 'T' and get rid of that damn 'c' and it might be something even remotely interesting.
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lemonadesoda
I'm really happy to see IPS getting down toward $200.

I'm really sad to see "consumer x1080" resolutions pretending to be "business". No. Business is about documents, and documents need "y". Lists, emails, PDFs, Word docs, spreadsheets, drawings, we need y!!!
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newtekie1
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by: lemonadesoda
I'm really sad to see "consumer x1080" resolutions pretending to be "business". No. Business is about documents, and documents need "y". Lists, emails, PDFs, Word docs, spreadsheets, drawings, we need y!!!
960 x 1080 makes for awesome document viewing, about 85% of the page fits on the screen, and you can view two at the same time!
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lemonadesoda
by: newtekie1
960 x 1080 makes for awesome document viewing, about 85% of the page fits on the screen, and you can view two at the same time!
ROFL. Unreadable if standard print size without zooming
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