The HP LV2011 and LV1911 (photos)

While most monitors feel they need to impress you by doing something exciting, the LV2011 does not. For more info on the LV2011 and LV1911, check here.
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The HP LV2011 and LV1911 (photos)

VGA is the last connection option you'll ever need. So says the LV2011. For more info on the LV2011 and LV1911, check here.
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The HP LV2011 and LV1911 (photos)

Not the thinnest panel we've ever seen, but you're probably not expecting much at this point. Still, it's hard to balk at the $135 price. For more info on the LV2011 and LV1911, check here.
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The HP LV2011 and LV1911 (photos)

The LV1911 is a slightly smaller version of the LV2011, with a more exciting promotional screen. For more info on the LV2011 and LV1911, check here.
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The HP LV2011 and LV1911 (photos)

No, seriously. Why would you ever need a digital connection? This is likely how HP got the price down to $125. For more info on the LV2011 and LV1911, check here.
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The HP LV2011 and LV1911 (photos)

The LV1911's profile. I think that says it all. For more info on the LV2011 and LV1911, check here.
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