[CES 2013] The thing with computers is that you need a screen, and when it comes to business, companies want something that is cost-effective, predictable and easy to maintain. That’s what HP is aiming for with this HP ProDisplay line of monitors that feature four models: P191 (18.5″), P201m (20″) and P221 (21.5″). Seriously, call me a naive consumer, but I don’t really understand why there is a need for four models to cover a price range of $129 to $179 and size variations that seem relatively small.
In any case, CTOs may find it comforting that while these monitors won’t win any design awards, they have plenty of “Green” labels, including: Energy Star, EPEAT Gold, BFR/PVC-Free, Arsenic Free and Mercury-free LED. Well, there’s nothing wrong with doing business without polluting (too much), right?
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