HP unveiled new monitor products at CES 2013, including a new IPS based 23” ZR330W, a new monitor with Beats audio, and a new portable 15.6” USB monitor. None of the new monitors are touch-enabled.
HP’s 2013 PC monitors
HP’s new 2013 monitor line-up includes a few interesting additions. First off is the new ZR series member; a 23-inch ZR233W model based on an IPS panel with LED backlight. It will be available later in January for $259. It comes with DVI, DisplayPort and D-SUB (VGA).
Another new addition to the line-up is the “first monitor with Beats audio”. It is part of HP’s Envy line and the first version uses a 27-inch panel. The Beats audio element includes upward-angles speakers and a subwoofer. It is based on an IPS LCD panel and has an edge-to-edge glass design. The HP Envy 27” will be available on February 3 for $499.
HP monitor with Beats audio
HP unveiled a new 15.6-inch USB monitor. It connects to any PC via just USB that will transmit a picture signal with lower refresh rate than conventional monitors. The solution is aimed at business travelers. The monitor is called U160 and will be available in late January for $139.
HP’s new portable flip-and-fold U160 monitor
Besides the one mentioned HP will also bring new ProDisplay monitors to market in 18, 20 and 21.5 inch sizes as well as Pavilion IPS monitors.