While you may know HANNspree best for their fire truck or sheep-themed 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 HW-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.

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HANNspree intros six Vista-certified widescreen monitors