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HP unveils 2311x IPS LED-backlit monitor and two new LCD displays, starting at $140

HP updates its line of consumer monitors to include IPS choices

| Displays & Projectors News | Posted: Jun 21, 2012 10:33 pm

HP is updating its line of displays and with the refresh comes HP's first couple of IPS (in-plane switching) monitors destined for the consumer market. The 2311x IPS monster has already been announced just over a month ago, but it's worth mentioning here along with the rest of HP's new consumer line up.

 

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The 2311x is a 23-inch screen that features IPS technology which gives it a much better range of viewing angles than traditional LCD displays. Joining the 2311x is the 2011xi which is also an IPS monitor. The IPS panel allows this 20-inch monitor to have a 178* viewing angle and 1600x900 resolution. These start shipping on June 24 of this year.

 

HP is also updating their more traditional backlit LCD monitors. The W2071d is a 20-inch panel that supports resolutions up to 1600x900 and is backlit by LEDs. The big brother to that monitor is the W2371d which, as you probably guessed from the name, sports a 23-inch screen and resolutions of 1920x1080. Both feature VGA and DVI-D inputs. The 20-inch starts at $140 and the 23-inch, $200. No timeline for release yet.

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