Printers and Displays Buyer's Guide
HP 24UH 24-Inch LED Backlit Monitor ($119.99): Looking for a decent monitor or another monitor for your display setup? HP has a deal in store for you with the reasonably priced 24UH. The FHD (1080P) display has a response time of 5ms on/off, a 10M:1 dynamic contrast ratio, brightness of 250 cd/m2, and a pixel pitch of 0.276mm. The display can handle VGA, DVI-D (HDCP), and HDMI (HDCP) and meets strict power efficiency standards set by the EPA/DOE. You can even consider buying a few of these monitors to create a multi-monitor display where you can watch Netflix on one panel, type of a report on another, and surf the web on a third. Buy Here
HP 23ER 23-Inch Display ($119.99): Featuring sleek and slim aesthetics, this 23-inch monitor features an almost bezel-less display. The 23ER is HP's thinnest LCD display utilizing high-strength, lightweight metal. The monitor offers true-to-life color with its Technicolor Color Certification ensuring accurate colors. With its edge to edge display, the 23ER is perfect for multi-monitor setups where bezels can be an annoyance. The 1080P display has a 10M:1 dynamic contrast ratio, 6ms grey to grey response time, 250 cd/m2 brightness, and 0.265mm pixel pitch. The monitor accepts VGA and HDMI (HDCP), and comes with an HDMI connector. Buy Here
HP Sprocket 2nd Edition Photo Printer ($129.99): In this day and age where we snap photos with cell phones, our pictures sit in our gallery and are rarely looked at again. Bring back the aesthetic feel this holiday season and create your own physical photo albums that are sure to invoke the feeling of nostalgia for years to come. Perfect for that certain someone who is always snapping photos, the Sprocket 2nd edition offers the ability to print directly from your smartphone or tablet. The Sprocket is a portable photo printer that can produce great 2x3" photos or stickers using ZINK technology. Print resolution is 313x400 DPI and it features an automatic paper sensor. Buy Here
HP LaserJet Pro M102W Printer ($99.99): Years ago no one would have thought that the average consumer could afford to buy a laser printer, but that's where we are today. The HP LaserJet is perfect for those looking for an effective laser printer for their home office or small business. The printer can print up to 23 pages per minute, and offers WIFI connectivity so you can print from anywhere using Google Cloud Print 2.0.
The print resolution is 600x600 (black) and the monthly duty cycle is 10K pages. The input paper tray can hold 150 sheets, while the output tray can handle 100 sheets of paper. WIFI isn't the only way to connect to the printer, it also comes with a USB 2.0 port, and surprisingly, a USB 2.0 cable is included in the box. Buy Here
HP DeskJet 3755 All-in-One Printer ($49.99): At the incredibly low price of $49.99 the DeskJet is perfect for those who need a simple to use printer, copier, or scanner. Perfect for those college bound freshmen, gifting one of these will save them hundreds of trips to the library to print out reports at the last minute. While the printer has USB connectivity, it's also capable of wireless printing over WIFI. Utilizing HP Thermal InkJet technology the printer is capable of accepting HP's XL cartridges capable of ~300 pages. Color print resolution is 4800x1200 DPI and the printer has a 1000 page duty cycle. Scan resolution is 1200 dpi hardware and 600 dpi optical, and maximum scan size is 8.5x14". Buy Here
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