HP has always conquered the market with innovation and this time too there intentions are clear. HP has unveiled a PC free internet terminal along with four other new displays – and all are obsessed with mind blowing specs.
HP hopes to enter every home, every business and even retail stores with their new beasts and with the range of specs they tout, the company is sure to meet its target.
By providing fast, hassle-free Internet access for visiting clients and customers, the HP Passport 1912nm Internet Monitor is an affordable as well as a PC-Free solution that delivers a user-friendly browsing experience.
Ideal for business lobbies, internet cafes, airports, hospitals and hotels, this well-priced, simple Internet solution gives visitors their access to the Web, their email, favorite photos and videos, social media and more.
Whether users are just stopping in, waiting for an appointment or waiting for the next flight, it’s never been easier to get online with an Ethernet connection that requires no PC. On-screen icons provide direct connections to the Web, music, photos and video.
Users can access their files from an SD card or flash drive through the integrated 4-n-1 Media Card Reader. The unit as a whole consists of an 18.5-inch diagonal internet monitor, keyboard and mouse, Ethernet connectivity, 5 USB ports and a 4-in-1 Media Card Reader.
The 18.5-inch diagonal, slim display with tilt adjustment takes up minimal desktop space and is perfect for viewing online content. The 1366 x 768 resolution and 5ms response time enable clear imagery for an impressive view.
The HP Passport 1912nm Internet Monitor is ‘Energy Star’ qualified and includes eco-solutions to help reduce the company’s environmental impact with BFR/PVC-free plastics and finishes and arsenic-free display glass.
The next monitor from HP is the 2311xi and it features an IPS display. IPS stands for “in plane switching” and it is a rapidly trending panel technology found in today’s popular tablets, mobile devices and televisions.
IPS monitors have higher color fidelity than TN (twisted nematic) panels and compliment off-center viewing to ensure image accuracy and color consistency regardless of where friends and family are seated. Gain incredible picture quality and experience accurate color and picture quality from nearly any position is the main advantage of this display.
This monitor from HP is perfect for screen sharing when every seat needs to be the best seat in the house. Along with that, the widescreen gets better with178° horizontal and 178° vertical viewing angles on the all-new IPS Monitors from HP. It also features VGA, DVI-D and HDMI (with HDCP support) inputs.
Next is a 20-inch display featuring an LED-backlit LCD monitor. With the name of W2071d, this one has VGA and DVI-D (with HDCP) inputs and outputs at 1600×900 resolution.
The W2071d boasts a 5ms on-off response time processor, 72 percent color gamut, and 3,000,000:1 dynamic contrast. The 20-inch display on the 2011xi features IPS panel technology, VGA inputs, and DVI-D inputs with HDCP support.
It has a maximum output of 1600×900, with 178-degree wide (and tall) viewing angles. The introduction of Overdrive technology used in minimizing all sorts of blurring is implemented in this one. The monitor has a 3,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio and a 72 percent color gamut. HP’s website has put the price tag of $150 for the 2011xi.
Meanwhile, the W2371d 23-inch LED backlit LCD monitor is compatible with the ‘Plug and Play’ technique. With VGA and DVI-D (with HDCP) inputs and an 8,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio, this monitor outputs at a maximum of 1920 x 1080, has a 72 percent color gamut, and a 5ms on-off response time. Featuring a 170 degree horizontal and 160 degree vertical viewing angles, this one is priced at $150.