HP Compaq LA2006x Monitor


[CES 2011] HP is introducing the HP Compaq LA2006x , a new WLED backlit monitor with a slider stands with a height adjustability range of 130 mm. According to HP, the use of WLED backlit makes the device environmentally friendly because it does not contain mercury and lower the power consumption. WLEDs allow to make thinner monitors because they are placed on the side of the display. You can tilt the LA2006x up to 35° or rotate it vertically or horizontally.

Features include:

A slider stand with a height adjustability range of 130mm
means the monitor head can be lifted high to better reach taller users’ eyes. It can also adjust low to the desk to help reach the eyes of students as well as the aging workforce, who may wear multi-focal lenses.

35° of tilt adjustability

90° pivot rotation makes longer text easy to read with less scrolling

Swivel for sharing your screen with others

VGA, DVI-D, and DisplayPort inputs

built-in two port USB hub

Cable management clip

VESA compatibility provides a wide range of mounting solutions

A 1M:1 DCR, a 170° wide viewing angle, and fast

5ms response times for precise views2

Display Assistant for custom picture quality, theft deterrence, and energy savings enablement

EPEAT® Gold registered1, ENERGY STAR® qualified, and TCO Displays certified.

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