HP 2010i, 2210m, 2310m and 2710m monitors unleashed

Looking for a new monitor? Don’t worry, HP hopes to have all the bases covered with a quartet of new models which come in the form of the 20″ 2010i (seen above), 21.5″ 2210m, 23″ 2310m and 27″ 2710m. The smallest among them has a resolution of 1,600 x 900 with a 1,000:1 contrast ratio, 5ms response time, 250 nits of brightness, VGA, HDCP-compliant DVI-D and audio input connectivity. As for the rest, you get full HD resolution support – that is, 1,920 x 1,080 pixels. The slightly faster and brighter 2210m has 2.5ms response time and 300 nits of brightness, although it has an additional HDMI input. As for the 2310m, you more or less get similar features albeit with a 3ms response time and a VESA-compatible mount. The big boy among the four would be the 2710m equipped with 400 nits of brightness, a 2.5ms response time and 92% color gamut coverage. Two-lamp panels are used in all four models instead of the usual quartet, reducing their power use as well as overall amount of toxic materials for those who are interested in making a green purchase choice. Oh yeah, they’re all Energy Star 5.0-qualified as well. Expect the 2010i, 2210m and 2310m to retail for $180, $220 and $260, respectively. Pricing for the 2710m will be available when it rolls out this Thursday. These are all standard monitors and come with a decent price point, so you shouldn’t have any issues picking any model up.


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