The HP E27d G4 is more expensive than the average 27-inch office display, but it isn’t a conventional corporate screen – it’s packed with more features than most monitors ever include.
The bevy of ports and superb connectivity could make the E27d one of the best monitor options for your office or study.
Still, I’ve seen plenty of monitors that provide lots of features but suffer poor image quality – and I’m worried that the HP might succumb to the same situation.
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