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HP - 25f 25" IPS LED FHD FreeSync Monitor - Natural Silver

Model:2XN61AA#ABA
SKU:6219204
Enjoy Full HD viewing with this 25-inch HP micro-edge display. It has one VGA and two HDMI inputs for versatile, high-definition connectivity, and its edge-to-edge panel lets you opt for a clean-looking multi-monitor setup. Play video games smoothly thanks to the AMD FreeSync technology of this thin HP micro-edge display.
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What's Included


  • HDMI cable
  • HP 25f 25" IPS LED FHD FreeSync Monitor
  • Owner's manual
  • Software

Energy Ratings

ENERGY STAR Certified

Features


Full HD 1920 x 1080 resolution

High resolutions that deliver a solid gaming or video experience without undue strain on your graphics card.

5 ms response time

Delivers solid performance for precise gaming and video work.

75Hz refresh rate

Delivers powerful performance. 1920 x 1080 @ 60Hz (recommended), 1920 x 1080 @ 75Hz (maximum).

25" LED monitor

Efficient screen type uses LEDs to provide precise backlighting to pixels.

FreeSync Technology

Adaptive synchronization technology that matches the frame rate of the monitor to any compatible AMD graphics card.

2 HDMI and VGA inputs

Let you connect both digital and analog devices.

178° horizontal and vertical viewing angles

Allow you to view the screen from a wide range of angles.

10,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio (1,000:1 typical)

Ensures images are crisp and clear with deep blacks and bright highlights.

300 cd/m² brightness

Produces bright images that can clearly be seen even in well-lit rooms.

ENERGY STAR certified

Designed to use less energy and meets strict energy efficiency guidelines set by the Environmental Protection Agency and U.S. Department of Energy.