HP L2311c is business all over (photos)

The L2311c sports a fairly typical monitor design, but with a nook area under the neck that looks to fit most laptops. Click here for more info.
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HP L2311c is business all over (photos)

Without the use hallucinogens, you likely won't see any Matrix-like pivoting. Just normal, everyday pivoting. Click here for more info.
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HP L2311c is business all over (photos)

Screen height adjustment is included. Seen here at its full height. Click here for more info.
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HP L2311c is business all over (photos)

Here you can see the USB 3.0 upstream port, two USB downstream ports, Ethernet, VGA, and audio ports. Click here for more info.
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HP L2311c is business all over (photos)

The office of the future will be stark white, apparently. Here you can see a laptop connected to the L2311c via USB. Laptop batteries can also be charged from the monitor. Click here for more info.
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HP L2311c is business all over (photos)

This somewhat awkward shot shows off the 720p Webcam quite nicely. Click here for more info.
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