HP Envy 27 Beats monitor is exactly what its name says


With HP slapping the Envy name on everything they can get their hands on these days, the new HP Envy 27 Beats monitor that they dropped today shouldn’t come as a surprise. They’ve had Envy laptops, Envy all-in-one desktops, Envy printers and now they have an Envy monitor. The Envy 27 Beats hosts a 1920 x 1080 IPS panel that’s 27 inches in size with a super-slim bezel. The display has an aluminium stand that connects to the display in an off-center design and built-in speakers with mini subwoofer which boast Beats Audio branding.

The IPS display is covered by edge-to-edge class (also makes it a glossy display) and has viewing angles of 178 degrees all around. The Envy 27 Beats monitor measures a hair under 14 mm at its thinnest point. There’s ports for VGA, Display Port and HDMI as well as a 3.5 mm headphone jack and optical digital audio output. Just like the HP Pavilion TouchSmart Sleekbook, the HP Envy 27 Beats monitor shares the same February 3 release date and will retail for $499 (which is a little on the pricey side, but you pay for the Beats branding and design I suppose).

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  1. Michael January 28, 2013 Reply

    It used to be that envy stood for premium. Although this fulfills premium, too many $499 Envy crapbooks are diluting the name

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