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HP introduces new displays and DreamColor calibration kit

Nilay Patel

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It's not all DreamColor laptops for HP at SIGGRAPH today -- the company's line of performance desktop monitors got a little bigger as well. The new 24-inch LP2475w (pictured) puts 102 percent of the NTSC color gamut across 1920 x 1200 pixels, while the 22-inch LP2275w lights up 92 percent across 1680 x 1050 pixels, and both sport 1000:1 contrast ratios, extra-bright panels and adjustable stands. The LP2275w is out now and the LP247w will follow next month -- HP says pricing will be between $459 and $649 at retail. There's also a new calibration kit for owners of the DreamColor LP2480zx, which is available now if you're a Window user with a critical eye and an extra $349; a Mac version will be out next month.

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