HP Unveils First USB-Powered Monitor, Monitors Lineup, Touchscreens At CES 2013

Posted on Jan 7 2013 - 12:25pm by Editorial Staff

HP updated its first USB-powered monitor, the U160, monitors ranging in size from 20 to 27 inches as well as two thin-and-lights touchscreens at CES 2013. Starting with the U160, the company’s first USB-powered monitor featured 15-inch screen with 1,366 X 768 resolution, comes with a built-in leather case, weighing 3.4 pounds and measures 1.2 inches thick, and all over the top it will cost you $179 and will goes on sale starting from this month itself.

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HP USB-Powered Monitor U160

The company on the second roll has announced the monitors in size ranging from 20 to 27 inches, and cost between $130 to $500: Envy 27, Pavilion 20xi, 22xi, 23xi, 25xi and 27xi, ProDisplay P191, P201, P201m and P221. The Envy 27 features 1080p IPS panel, costing $499, come equipped with VGA, DisplayPort, HDMI, a 3.5mm headphone jack and optical digital output. It goes on sale starting from February 3rd.

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The second monitor lineup, Pavilion 20xi, 22xi, 23xi, 25xi and 27xi comprised of 1080p screen and a port which includes VGA, DVI and HDMI, with the 20-inch 20xi comes with 1,600 X 900 resolution, along with VGA and DVI output, costing your pockets from $130 to $340. The ProDisplay P191, P201, P201m and P221featuring a 250-nit brightness rating, 1,000:1 contrast ratio and 5ms response time with varies in resolution. The asking price for the monitors range from $129 to $179.

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The company also announced two thin-and-lights touchscreens called the Pavilion TouchSmart Sleekbook and the Pavilion Sleekbook. The key features in both the models include 15.6-inch, 1,366 X 768 displays, replaceable batteries, along with trackpads and numpads supporting Windows 8 gestures. The TouchSmart will be available in the market starting from February, priced from $699 while the Sleekbook go on sale this month, starting at $499.

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