While you may know HANNspree
best for their fire truck
TVs, it seems that the company is also quite capable of producing some decidedly blander fare, as evidenced by its latest batch of thoroughly run-of-the-mill widescreen monitors. Standing out the most from the lot is the 22-inch HW-223DPB model, which the company claims to be full 1080p but then goes on to list the resolution as 1680 x 1050. That inconsistency aside, the rest of the monitor's specs look to be decent enough, with a 1,000:1 constrast ratio, 300 cd/m2 brightness, 5 ms response time, and a built-in 4 port USB 2.0 hub. As for the rest of the Vista-certified line-up, HANNspree's got two 17-inch models in the form of the H
W-173DBB and HW-173DB0 ($160 apiece), as well as three different 19-inchers, including the HG-191RPB, HS-191DPB, and HW-194DJB, which'll set you back between $200 and $230.