HP targets budget users with its ZR2330w monitor

HP is set on offering its ZR2330w monitor at a budget price without skipping on features.

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The HP ZR2330w brings IPS performance to a 23-inch frame. HP

LAS VEGAS--HP continues to deliver one monitor announcement after another. This time, a 23-inch In-Plane Switching (IPS) monitor, the HP ZR2330w.

The 23-inch monitor features an LED backlit screen, a 14ms screen refresh rate, 250 candelas per square meter (cd/m2) brightness, and a native resolution of 1,920x1,080 pixels.

Connections include VGA, DVI, and DisplayPort, with plenty of OSD controls -- brightness, contrast, sharpness, and color temperature: warm, standard, cool, and custom.

Ergonomic options include a 30-degree back tilt and a 5-degree forward tilt. Also included are swivel, pivot, and height adjustment.

HP says to expect a budget-friendly price, but has yet to detail what that price will actually be. Still it does my heart and wallet good to see IPS monitors continuing to get the budget treatment.

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