CES 2013: HP U160 ENERGY STAR qualified portable monitor revealed

HP U160 LED is ENERGY STAR qualified portable monitor

Hewlett-Packard Company aka HP has come up with the HP U160 USB powered notebook monitor that promises to be an eco friendly gadget for techies on the move. The ENERGY STAR qualified notebook monitor flaunts the use of arsenic free glass, BFR/PVC free plastics and mercury-free LED backlighting.

Weighing at 3.4 pounds only and being 1.02 inches thick, the U160 features a 15.6-inch display with 1366 ×768 resolution and 16:9 ratios. Users can connect it to a laptop via USB 2.0 or above. Further, it comes supplied with a foldable carrying case which doubles as a stand.

The Palo Alto, California-based manufacturer of laptops, desktops, AIOs, monitors, scanners, printers, workstations, and other devices, expects to release the HP U160 in late January 2013 at a starting price of $179 only.

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