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A large Crysis

Crysis 2 looks amazing running at 2,560x1,440 pixels.

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Gouki

Has Gouki ever looked as cool?

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Thinner

The U2713Hm is a lot thinner than the U2711.

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Looks familiar

If you're thinking the U2713HM looks a lot like the U2412, you're not wrong.

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Connections

From top: Two USB download, a single USB upload, a headphone jack, HDMI, DVI, VGA, and DisplayPort.

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USB 3.0

There are two extra USB 3.0 ports on the side.

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Pivoting

Make sure to keep your monitor plugged in when pivoting the screen.

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Foot stand

This is where the swiveling takes place.

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OSD

There are plenty of OSD options where this one came from.

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Angle

The U2713HM shows off its impressive viewing angle.

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