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HP 2211x


$199.99 Released June, 2010

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Good refresh rate eliminates ghosting in games. Includes both DVI and VGA cables, many monitors include just VGA. Good price for this resolution and full HD.

The Cons:Does not include an HDMI cable, unfortunate because it's 1080p HD. Overall brightness is not too much brighter than typical LCD models. Seems to attract higher amounts of dust than is typical.

The HP 2211x is a super-slim 21.5" LED monitor that comes with a high-performance screen allowing you to watch HD movies, edit photos, and play on-line games.

The 2211x comes with full HD resolution with 1920x1080p so that you can see your movies and games clearly.

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It has an ultra-slim design (about 1" deep) so that you can save space. This monitor also comes with a DVI-D (with HDCP) or VGA to connect to your desktop or laptop, and a tilt adjustment with the ability to slide from left to right, allowing you to find the best viewing position. The LED backlighting allows you to conserve power and eliminate mercury.
This monitor is related to the HP 2011x, which has most of the same features but only has a 20" screen.

Features

  • LED computer monitor
  • 21.5" screen
  • high-performance screen
  • Full HD resolution, 1920x1080p
  • ultra-slim design
  • DVI-D or VGA port
  • tilt adjustment
  • LED backlighting
  • Energy Star 5.0 qualified
  • 5ms on/off response time
  • one year limited warranty

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Pros
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    Good refresh rate eliminates ghosting in games

  • 1

    Includes both DVI and VGA cables, many monitors include just VGA

  • 1

    Good price for this resolution and full HD

  • 1

    High contrast ratio for this price point

Cons
  • 1

    Does not include an HDMI cable, unfortunate because it's 1080p HD

  • 1

    Overall brightness is not too much brighter than typical LCD models

  • 1

    Seems to attract higher amounts of dust than is typical

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