HP has just rolled out a range of widescreen LCD Monitors this week and there are 4 of them introduced as the LCDs that support 1080p native resolution (except 2010i model).
HP 2010i, 2210m, 2310m and 2710m are the codenames, where all of those model has support Full HD at 1920 x 1080, except 2010i that support native resolution at 1600 x 900 only.
HP 2010i has 20-inch screen size, featuring Contrast ratio at 1000:1 or 15,000:1 DCD, 250 cd/m2 brightness level, fast response time at 5ms, have two built-in 2W speakers, and has got D-Sub and DVI input with cost per unit about $180.
Meanwhile, the higher end models (2210m, 2310m and 2710m) has support Dynamic contrast ratio of 40,000:1, static contrast ratio of 1000:1 and 2.5ms response time (Model 2310m is slower at 3ms). They’ve got 400 cd/m2 maximum brightness level, got dual 2W speakers, D-Sub, DVI and HDMI.
They will be priced at $220, $260, and $400, respectively.