HP releases business-oriented monitor

HP has officially released a new business-oriented monitor to market. The EliteDisplay E271i sports a 27-inch display and measures 642 x 278.5 x 532.1 mm (including the stand) for total weight of 7.7 kilograms.

The new HP monitor is all black. It offers an IPS panel, an anti-reflective coating, LED lighting and works at Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels). The rest of the specs include 250 cd/m2 of brightness, static contrast ratio of 1000:1, dynamic contrast ratio of 5 000 000:1, 7 ms of response time and 178-degree viewing angles. As to connectivity the EliteDisplay E271i offers VGA, DisplayPort and HDMI ports and an integrated USB 2.0 hub. The monitor is rather frugal when it comes to power consumption – it needs 40 watts of power when operating and 0.5 watts of power in idle mode. The EliteDisplay E271i is also fully compatible with the EPEAT Gold, ENERGY STAR and TCO Edge standards. Finally the EliteDisplay E271i has an ergonomic stand that allows the user to adjust the display angle and rotate it around.

The pricing of the EliteDisplay E271i is still unknown.


Source: HP

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