HP Elite L2201x 21.5-inch LED Backlit LCD - Monitor (546.1 mm (21.5 "), 16 ms, 250 cd / m², 3.3 kg, 10 - 90 %, 0 - 40 °C)
Descripción del producto
Alcance de temperatura operativa: 0 - 40 °C
Brillo de pantalla: 250 cd / m²
Certificados: ENERGY STAR qualified
Dimensiones (Ancho x Profundidad x Altura): 506.5 x 124.3 x 361.3 mm
Pantalla: 1 DisplayPort
Peso: 3.3 kg
Tamaño de pantalla en diagonal: 546.1 mm (21.5 ")
Tiempo de respuesta: 16 ms
Visualizador, alcance de inclinación y giro: Tilt: +10 to +30°
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The reason for this is clear - DP is the future. It's supported by USB Type-C (and yes, if your USB Type-C device supports DP, you *can* use this monitor just fine). It also works great with most DisplayPort Ultrabooks, MacBooks, and more. You may need a micro-DP adapter cable, or a Type-C to full-DP adapter cable.
As to the monitor itself, the design is simply stunning. It's unique, modern, and relaxing. The monitor is slightly glossy, but like Apple, not to the point you would notice when there is content on the screen. If the keyboard is flush with the display, you may notice yourself typing in the glossy border. If you have a keyboard tray, this is not an issue typically.
The only downside to this awesome monitor is a slow refresh rate. This is not a gaming display. This is a productivity display. I have two on my desk, and go tri-monitor with my Retina MacBook Pro. People always take a second and gawk as they walk by my desk.
The ONLY bad think about this monitor is that it has only a display-port input. So you will need a display-port output. If you don't have that, give up, you'll need an expensive adapter that needs to be plugged-in ...