HP introduced the first consumer monitors that are based on an IPS Matrix

HP has expanded its range of computer monitors by releasing four new monitor devices HP 2011xi and HP 2311xi, HP W2071d and HP W2371d and the most attracting feature about these monitor is IPS matrix technology.

It is noted that the model HP 2011xi and HP 2311xi are the first consumer-monitor HP, which use IPS matrix, contributing to the high quality of colour production and wide viewing angles (up to 178 degrees vertically and horizontally). Also in these devices is used LED backlight matrix, which results in a high contrast ratio and low power consumption. The maximum brightness is 250 nits. The differences between the models lie in the diagonal size and a resolution of the display: 20 inches with a resolution of 1600×900 pixels at the 2011xi and 23 inches with a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels at the 2311xi. These monitors are featuring VGA, HDMI, DVI-D ports. Sales of both new products will begin in the United States from 24 June for about $ 170 and $ 240 per model, 2011xi, and 2311xi, respectively.


If we talk about another section new HP Devices and these are HP W2071d, HP W2371d which are very similar to the previous two models, but are more affordable solutions. These two models are using IPS matrix and featuring ports as HDMI. The monitor W2071d is a 20-inch matrix with a resolution of 1600×900 pixels, and the model W2371d – 23-inch matrix with a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels. As a result of these simplifications could reduce the price of equipment up to $ 140 and $ 200 for the model W2071d and W2371d respectively. However, information on the timing of their arrival in the sale is not reported.

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