Released January, 2009
The Pros:Good image quality and viewing angles. Simple to use and easy to navigate on screen settings. Offers both swivel and tilt adjustments.
The Cons:Lack HDMI connection. More expensive compared to similar offerings. Poor HP consumer products customer support.
The HP 2009m is a 20-inch Diagonal 16:9 HD Ready Widescreen Monitor released by HP in 2009 with a $200 price tag. It's a step under the HP 2159m which is 1.5 inches wider and $40 more expensive.
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It has a 16:9 aspect ratio which makes it deal for viewing movies in their original formats. The display can be optimized for movies, photos, or games with the Quick View mode. It has a 1600x900 maximum resolution, and a 1000:1 contrast ratio (contrast ratio measures the ratio of the luminance of the brightest color (white) of the screen to that of the darkest color on the screen (black) that the system is capable of producing). Glare that has been usually seen on recent glossy screens is reduced in this system using the HP BrightView technology). Both digital and analogue content can be displayed using DVI-D with HDCP and VGA connectivity.
- Monitor type: 20" diagonal Widescreen Thin-film Transistor LCD active matrix
- Native Resolution: 1600 x 900 @ 60 Hz (recommended)
- Contrast Ratio: 1000:1 (typical)
- Brightness: 300 nits (typical)
- Pixel Pitch: 0.2768mm
- Response rate: 5ms (on-off)
- Sounds: integrated speakers, 2W per channel
- Energy star qualified: yes
- Signal Input Connector: VGA, DVI-D
- Tilt: +25 to -5 degrees
- Detachable base (for mounting): yes
- Dimensions: 14.6" (w) x 19.8" (h) x 7.2" (d)
User Reviews (1)
Good image quality and viewing angles
Simple to use and easy to navigate on screen settings
Offers both swivel and tilt adjustments
Easy to setup, plug and play
More expensive compared to similar offerings
Poor HP consumer products customer support
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