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Transformer!

A look at some of the slot options and, more importantly, a look at the HP's transforming capabilities.
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Cheap rotation

The HP does not swivel, but the whole monitor can rotate 360 degrees on this little nub here.
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An OSD array

Here are the buttons you'll use to control the onscreen display as well as some other functions...
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RGB

Just one of the many OSD options.
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Task light

The OSD array also controls the luminance for the task light which sits on the bottom of the bezel. It's off now.
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Task light ON!

Now it's on!
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Ambient light sensor

The ambient light sensor changes the screen's luminance depending on your room's light volume.
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Remote

The card reader remote control.
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In the flesh

It's pretty small actually.
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No files

We'd yet to provide files for the digital picture frame.
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Nice connections

Two HDMI ports are always sweet.
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Viewing angle

Straight on
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From bottom

This is where things go bad for TN panels.
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Side shot

This angle is not as bad as the bottom shot, but still, it's no Planar PX2611.
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