If you don’t have a lot of room on your desk at home or in the office, but you’d still like a larger display than what your 15” laptop is currently offering, HP may have the solution for you in the form of the HP Compaq LE2002xm monitor which appears to have packed a ton of features all into a relatively compact 20” frame.
The monitor will feature a maximum display resolution of 1600×900 with a 16:9 aspect ratio, 170 degrees of viewing angles, 5ms response time, 250 nits brightness, 3M:1 dynamic contrast ratio, and both VGA and DVI-D inputs. It would also feature integrated rear-firing stereo speakers to help boost audio in constrained environments, cable management along with certifications from Energy Star, EPEAT Silver and TCO Displays.
If the HP Compaq LE2002xm monitor sounds like a monitor you wouldn’t mind having in your room, it is currently available via HP’s website and is retailing for $155 with a three year warranty.
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