HP Docking LCD Screens for Notebooks Head for CES; 23-inch Display Sports Full HD 1080p Resolution

January 4, 2012, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

CES 2012 is just round the bend, and many a company is busy bringing in new products to be showcased at the prestigious event. HP is also in the line with products that would add an extra charm to the LCD monitor screen arena.

The company seems to be following an Apple-style strategy and will bring in docking LCD monitors with the launch of a trio of Compaq displays. The 23-inch L2311c Notebook Docking Monitor sporting a full HD 1080p resolution offers a 1,000:1 static contrast ratio and 250cd/m2 brightness.

The TN (twisted nematic) LCD panel that resembles Apple’s Thunderbolt Display is equipped with USB 3.0 or 2.0 to feed both the display, Ethernet, a webcam, and four USB ports via one cable. It can be connected to both Windows PC and notebooks.

Any HP-made notebook that uses power up to 90W can be charged by a separate power connection from the docking screen. The L2311c carrying a price tag of $319 is expected to reach stores this February.

The very low-cost LV1911 and LV2011 displays will suit conventional usages. The 18.5- and 20-inch TN-based LCD screens come with lower resolution of 1366×768 and 1600×900 respectively.

And, the two models offer support for VGA input only. Though the screens have only a 600:1 static contrast ratio, the powerful LED backlighting provides a 3,000,000:1 dynamic ratio.

The LV2011 display priced at $135 will arrive in February, while the LV1911 model costing $125 will be released after March. Aren’t you excited by the new HP LCD Monitors?


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