Friday, 30 April 2010

HP Announces Four New Eco-Friendly LCD Monitors 4 New HP Displays Get Launched: HP Compaq LA22f, HP Compaq LE19f, HP ZR22w & HP ZR24w

HP seems to be on a roll this days as the company is announcing one
product after the other.
The hottest of them all should be the much anticipated Microsoft tablet,
the Courier, which has been developed by Redmond together with HP.The
company has also announced four new eco-friendly LCD panels: the HP
Compaq LA22f, the HP Compaq LE19f, the HP ZR22w and the HP ZR24w which
we re going to look at today.
The HP Compaq LA22f is a 22-inch widescreen eco-friendly LCD monitor
which happens to be brominated flame retardants, polyvinyl chloride and
Mercury-free. The monitor comes in 100% recyclable corrugated cardboard
and the low power WLED- (white LED) backlit panel will require 40% less
power than its predecessors. The monitor will offer you a native
resolution of 1,680 x 1,050 pixels, a 16:10 aspect ratio display,
2,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, DisplayPort, VGA, HDCP compliant DVI
inputs and USB connectivity.
The HP Compaq LE19f is a 19-inch widescreen eco-friendly LCD monitor
which also happens to be BFR, PVC and Mercury-free. It also comes in a
recyclable cardboard and it offers up to 50% reduction in power
consumption as it also happens to use white LEDs to bring images to life
for you. Other features include a native resolution of 1,440 x 900, a
16:10 aspect ratio display, 250 nits brightness, 1,000:1 contrast ratio
and a 5ms response time. Like the LA22f, the LE19f will offer you an
HDCP compliant DVI input and a VGA input.
The HP ZR22w and the HP ZR24w are a 21.5-inch and 24-inch eco-friendly
widescreen LCD monitors, respectively. Both LCD monitors will offer you
a native sRGB-class performance, 16.7 million displayable colors, full
HD, 1,920 x 1,080 resolution, 16:9 aspect ratio, a 3,000:1 dynamic
contrast ratio and ultra-wide viewing angles. Inputs include the
HDCP-compliant DisplayPort, DVI and VGA ports along the 4-port USB hub
and the HP Quick Release. And they will basically consume less energy
than their predecessors.
We don t have any prices and launch dates for you at this point but you
can at least admire the new eco-friendly monitors in the gallery below.
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