HP has just announced the availability of their first commercial Internet monitor in the US – which might just pave the way for a new revolution in the world of guest Internet access, resulting in their first consumer in-plane switching (IPS) displays that is said to redefine visual performance for the home with consistent, vivid color and increased brightness. You might want to check out the HP Passport 1912nm Internet Monitor that is said to be one of the more cost-effective and easy-to-manage multimedia solutions that will offer you instant Internet connectivity without any PC.
Not only that, the HP 2011xi and 2311xi IPS LED Backlit Monitors are there to offer ultimate performance for consumers that value extraordinary image accuracy; while the HP W2071d and W2371d LED Backlit LCD Monitors were specially constructed for those who are running on a tight budget while having very little desk space to work around with in the first place.
The HP Passport 1912nm Internet Monitor will retail for $259 a pop, while the HP 2011xi and 2311 xi IPS LED Backlit Monitors are ripped to arrive this June 24th for $169.99 and $239.99, respectively. As for the HP W2071d and W2371d LED Backlit LCD Monitors, these will also arrive this coming June 24th for $139.99 and $199.99, respectively. Any takers? [Press Release]
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