The HP Elite L2201x is an ultra-modern, micro-thin business monitor and it offers a 1920 x 1080 display, 5000:1 contrast ratio, and a DisplayPort for hooking up. Creating a picture perfect view in any environment, this is HP’s thinnest monitor is perfect for notebook users interested in a contemporary, space-saving second monitor.The modern design of the HP Elite L2201x frees up limited desk space and it enables productivity and also multitasking by expanding the viewable real estate to make more applications accessible at once………..
HP is going to update its display offer and release the Elite L2201x, a smooth-operating 21.5-inch widescreen LCD which is just 0.4 inches thick has a glossy front and a rear panel with a brushed-metal finish.HP Elite L2201x is a micro-thin monitor which is designed to comfortably fall into the present lifestyles of notebook users, who are looking forward to a slim device.Elite L2201x monitor is the slimmest monitor from the HP which is crafted to occupy limited desk space and the product has been infused with swivel and tilt functionality. And on the other hand, Elite L2201x monitor BFR/PVC-free construction guarantees an eco-friendly choice for consumers to choose from.Elite L2201x monitor weights 7.3 lb (3.3 kg) and 19.94 x 4.89 x 14.22 dimension, featuring a 2.1-inch LED backlit LCD display, with 1920 x 1080 high resolution and 0.248 mm display pixel on 16:9 widescreen. Outfitted with a MVA panel, the monitor provides multiple viewing angels while its full HD resolution, 72 percent color gamut and 5000:1 contrast ratio.Elite L2201x is armed with a single DisplayPort input, which allows consumers to easily plug in a second monitor. Additionally, anti-glare full HD capabilities of the display are awesome with Energy Star Qualified.This LED LCD monitor is apparently priced at $250 (approx. Rs. 11,188) and could reach stores on June 1, 2011.
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