HP Reveals 'Micro Thin' LED backlit 23-inch Monitor

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meh, you can go only so thin with these things before you render them unusable to do being unable to adjust the position/tilt of these things without breaking them.........
 

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Yeah the base defeats the whole purpose....what they COULD do is make the base attach to the monitor with a single cable or wirelessly. That way you could mount it to a wall then plug your stuff in 4 feet away in the cabinet.
 

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[citation][nom]burnley14[/nom]That base is ugly. Totally ruins the whole idea.[/citation]

Its the base that makes this idea possible. There are components in that base, components that are usually on the back of the monitor, making it fatter.
 
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Nice, I like a really thin monitor since my desk is almost in the middle of my room.
 

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[citation][nom]burnley14[/nom]That base is ugly. Totally ruins the whole idea.[/citation]
the base makes it easier to manage the cables....i like it a lot :)
 

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[citation][nom]bin1127[/nom]has all the manufacturers given up on high resolutions market?[/citation]

Seems so.. Looks like i wont be able to buy a good monitor anymore. Though HP and Dell both have nice 30" ones. I guess if i want a decent resolution ill have to get 3 monitors :/
 

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I thought 1" was thin enough. How about Display Port, higher resolution, & uniform color top to bottom instead of just making things thinner. I actually want improvements that actually improve functionality.
 

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[citation][nom]bin1127[/nom]has all the manufacturers given up on high resolutions market?[/citation]
has alls manufacturers givens ups ons highs resolutions markets?
 

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IMHO, the price is reasonable. I was recently thinking about the monster LCD I have on my desk. It must be at least two inches thick. ;)

However, OLED with 100%+ NTSC gamut, is not all that far out now as I see it.
 

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[citation][nom]wiyosaya[/nom]IMHO, the price is reasonable. I was recently thinking about the monster LCD I have on my desk. It must be at least two inches thick.[/citation]
Yeah, know wacha mean. I keep bumping my nose on my screen too. If I could move it back 1.5" it would be sooooo much better (and maybe it would stop fogging up too!)
 
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