Large, sturdy, and gorgeous 4K UHD display. Reliable construction. Its USB-C connectivity cuts down on wire clutter. HP’s Zero Bright Dot Guarantee guarantees every pixel shines brightly.
While this 4K display looks fantastic and will surely boost your productivity, this is an expensive monitor.
Extremely thin display. Modern bezel-less edge-to-edge display. 1920 x 1080 Full HD resolution. True to life color accuracy.
Although its screen features rich colors and a crisp display, this is a step down from 4K.
Designed to be affordable. LED backlighting. Energy Star certified. Clear 1600 X 900 resolution.
It’s a fine monitor, but note that your Full HD (1080p) TV has a superior resolution.
Radiant 1920x1080 Full HD resolution. Wide 178-degree viewing angle. Large 27” display. Extra-thin monitor. Anti-glare panel. Convenient access to rear ports.
Not wall mountable. While 1080p Full HD is excellent, 4K is even better.
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Now that people watch movies and TV shows and play high-resolution games on their computers, monitors have gotten more sophisticated. Hewlett-Packard has held its own in the competitive computer industry since 1939. They make quality computer monitors that have as many bells and whistles as you need. HP monitors are as small as 10.4 inches and as large as 55 inches. Resolutions range from 1024x768 pixels to 2560x600 pixels. Most people do fine with a 22- or 24-inch monitor at a resolution of 1920x1080 pixels (full HD). Multimedia professionals may want a larger monitor of 27 inches or higher. A higher resolution, such as 2560x1440 pixels, with a pixel response time of at least 5 milliseconds will enhance the gaming experience.
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