Two HP 23'' LED Monitors @ HP Home - $269.99

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Two HP 23'' LED Monitors @ HP Home - $269.99
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  • HP 23'' LED Monitors.
  • 5ms Response Time.
  • 8,000,000:1 Dynamic Contrast.
  • 21.83''  x 15.16'' x 7.29''.

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Features

Slim profile for small desktop spaces
1920 x 1080p crisp screen resolution
VGA and DVI-D (with HDCP) inputs for easy connectivity
ENERGY STAR® 5.0 qualified and EPEAT Silver registered

PrinceK said:   Features

Slim profile for small desktop spaces
1920 x 1080p crisp screen resolution
VGA and DVI-D (with HDCP) inputs for easy connectivity
ENERGY STAR® 5.0 qualified and EPEAT Silver registered



DVI-D to HDMI adapters are 3.99 or so / each. (Meritline.com)

In my experience with HDMI adapters, they do not do well with auto recognizing your HDTV (if using with an HDTV).

I didn't enjoy using it on my old setup, which featured an Radeon X1800XT graphics card (2 DVI outputs).

On my new system, I enjoy very much so having HDMI connectivity. When connected to my 47" Sony Bravia HDTV it auto detects
and sets the resolution accordingly. I would be really thinking about this deal if they HDMI inputs.

GetReal720 said:   In my experience with HDMI adapters, they do not do well with auto recognizing your HDTV (if using with an HDTV).

I didn't enjoy using it on my old setup, which featured an Radeon X1800XT graphics card (2 DVI outputs).

On my new system, I enjoy very much so having HDMI connectivity. When connected to my 47" Sony Bravia HDTV it auto detects
and sets the resolution accordingly. I would be really thinking about this deal if they HDMI inputs.


Same here, thinking about the pain in the ass that the convertors were to use, but from what I have read, as long as monitor recognizes HDCP, you are good to go. Currently have a HDTV hooked to laptop, so looking for something smaller, this would fill the bill, if I was just a wee bit more comfortable with the lack of HDMIs.



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