If you did not noticed, presence of HP at CES 2013 pretty much boils down to monitors: the company just unleashed nearly a dozen models and some else. As it is, we decided to round up most of the new displays into a single news post, but there’s 1 we felt deserved its own story. That would be the U160, HP’s 1st USB-powered monitor. Now of course, this is hardly the 1 USB display to hit the market, but it is the 1st made by HP, which seemed noteworthy enough, given how huge a player HP is in the monitor space.
It has a matte 15-inch screen with 1,366 x 768 resolution, and comes with a built-in leather case allowing you to prop it up for presentations and whatnot. It goes on sale this month for $179.