Hewlett-Packard has some new displays to share with the world, including the stand-out HP ZR30w S-IPS LCD panel that boasts a groundbreaking 1.07 billion displayable colors.
The new HP ZR30w features 4.1 million pixels over a resolution of 2560 x 1600 in a 16:10 aspect ratio with a 3000:1 dynamic contrast ratio. Its equipped with DisplayPort and DVI-D inputs, integrated 4-port USB hub and an HP Quick Release for simple out-of-the-box set up and comes with a 6-way adjustable stand made up of least 25% recycled resin that provides tilt, swivel and height accurate positioning.
The HP zr30w will be available to buy four $1299.
HP also has two new widescreen LCD Compaq monitors for us. The 18.5-inch S1922 and 20-inch S2021 both encompass 16:9 aspect ratios, 5,000:1 dynamic contrast ratios and 5ms response times. Resolution differs, with the S1922 set at 1,366 x 768, while the S2021 bumps things up a bit to 1,600 x 900. Both are built with adjustable tilt settings and should be “plug and play” ready with VGA inputs. Sure, some basic stuff on these two, but at least they have some low price tags to match.
These two new monitors are available now, with the Compaq S1922 and S2021 displays at the lower end for $125 and $140, respectively.