This week the folks at HP have introduced a relatively large new IPS LED backlit display aimed at taking on "extra-wide" viewing angles in several different computing environments. This monitor is designed first and foremost for a "business class" experience, but will meet most gamers everyday average high-resolution needs with a pixel count of 1920 x 1080. This display aims to bring on a tilt of -5 to 30 degree ups and downs and sits on a 360 degree swivel as well.
Viewing angles both horizontal and vertical with this monitor both ring in at 178 degrees, while the brightness of the display itself is a cool 250 cd/m2. On the back you've got VGA, DVI, and DisplayPort inputs as well an integrated USB hub. At a pixel pitch of 0.311 mm and working with a collection of tilt, swivel, and odd adjustment abilities, this 27-inch monitor also meets TCO Certified Edge requirements for environmental and ergonomic stand design.
The EliteDisplay E271i will join HP's set of monitors aimed at SMB and enterprise customers while machines like the HP Slate 21 All-in-one revealed earlier this year proves the company isn't about to be pigeon-holed as either a monitor or desktop PC-maker.
The company also recently revealed additions to their device lineup with the HP Pavilion 14 Chromebook as well as the HP Spectre XT TouchSmart Notebook, each of them aimed at completely different audiences. The SMB market continued to be pushed by HP, on the other hand, with the HP ProBook 400 and 200 series, each of them made to be thin and light, start to finish.