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HP launches 2709m 16:9 display

updated 10:35 am EDT, Fri July 31, 2009

HP 2709m

HP late Thursday introduced its largest-ever mainstream computer LCD, the 2709m. Seen partly as a TV crossover, the 27-inch panel puts out a native 1080p picture and has an HDMI input alongside DVI and VGA to support video from movie readers and other home theater equipment. It's also claimed to have a vivid picture with anti-glare treatment and a 30,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio.

The display builds in a 4W speaker system to produce audio and can tilt, but not rotate. HP ships displays today for $500. [via Crave]




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  1. martinX

    Fresh-Faced Recruit

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    How big?

    I thought it was 2 709 metres. That would be big. Maybe Al Gore could use it.

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