Get Customized Comfort with HP’s New EliteDisplay E271i

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The New EliteDisplay E271i: Ergonomic & Built for Business

The days of a monitor functioning as a tool for just one employee are over with today's launch of the new EliteDisplay E271i monitor.

 

HP has been providing the best technology for businesses for more than 70 years. We know what businesses need in their displays, and this new monitor is proof.

 

This built-for-business monitor brings In-Plane Switching (IPS) technology to the mainstream, providing a stunning color quality and depth-ratio – whether you’re looking at the screen from the right or left, up close, or from a distance.

 

The IPS technology offers crisp, clear, vivid content and video from almost any angle with a high-contrast ratio and fast-refresh response times. The result is clear images in brilliant color for colleagues standing at different angles or a good distance away from your computer monitor.

 

Flexibility & ergonomics to handle any workday 

The EliteDisplay E271i also offers outstanding ergonomic adjustability with customizable tilt, height adjustment, swivel, and pivot settings.  It offers the greatest flexibility available on a Full HD* HP business display – with a 150mm height adjustability range – which means that you can adjust it to suit your needs during the workday.

 

That powerful combination means that working is more comfortable, so that you and your staff can be more productive. The monitor’s 178-degree viewing angle, plus HP’s Display Assistant software, also makes it easy to resize screen partitions to work on documents, spreadsheets, and emails in separate sections of the screen – all at the same time.

 

Ready for a test drive? Are you ready to try this new monitor? The HP EliteDisplays E271i will be available in August; find out more at hp.com.

 

* High definition (HD) content is required to view HD images. The EliteDisplay E271i monitor is capable of 1080p resolution.

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