Along with that fancy HP Envy 27 Beats monitor, HP also brought out five new monitors at CES 2013 today. The Pavilion 22xi, 23xi, 25xi and 27xi all sport screen sizes that correspond to their names. All four monitors have 1920 x 1080 resolution, IPS panels and VGA, DVI and HDMI ports. A smaller Pavilion 20xi 20 inch monitor has been available in Europe for a while now and sports 1600 x 900 resolution on a non-IPS panel, along with VGA and DVI ports (no HDMI). These five new Pavilion monitors will be available soon for prices ranging from $130 to $340.
HP also has a new line of monitors geared at business users called the ProDisplay series. The HP ProDisplay P191, P201, P201m and P221 displays are 18.5, 20 and 21 inches respectively. Despite their differences in screen size, all four monitors have 250 nits of brightness, 5 ms response time, 1000:1 contrast ratio and can be tilted 35 degrees/rotated 90 degrees. The smallest of the bunch, the HP ProDisplay P191 has a resolution of 1366 x 768, the 20 inch P201 and P201m have 1600 x 900 pixels of resolution while the 21 inch ProDisplay P221 sports 1920 x 1080 pixels. While they look nothing spectacular on paper, at least they have affordable price tags to match: the monitors will be available soon at prices ranging from $129 to $179 depending on model.