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Apple Cinema HD Display
HP LA1956x
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Apple Cinema HD Display
HP LA1956x
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Apple Cinema HD Display vs HP LA1956x: 24 facts in comparison

1. response time

Response time is how long it takes for a display to change the state of pixels, in order to show new content. The less time it takes to respond, the less likely it is to blur fast-changing images.
16ms
Acer Predator XB2 (XB252Q) 24.5": 1ms
5ms

2. power consumption operation

How much power the device consumes when it's switched on.
90W
Sharp LB-1085: 1.1W
35W

3. screen size

The bigger the screen size is, the better the user experience.
29.7"
Sharp LB-1085: 108"
19"

4. every pixel has three subpixels

The device has a display with three full subpixels per pixel, resulting in a sharp and crisp picture. Pixels in some displays (like AMOLED) share one subpixel to preserve space. This can result in a less crisp, slightly blurred image.
Apple Cinema HD Display
HP LA1956x
86% have it

5. resolution

3.13x higher resolution.
2560 x 1600px
Dell UltraSharp UP3218K: 7680 x 4320px
1280 x 1024px

6. supports total tilt

Total tilt adjustment is the ability for the monitor head to move up and down. Tilt adjustment enables a user to change the viewing position of the display, creating a more comfortable view of the screen.
Apple Cinema HD Display
HP LA1956x
84% have it

7. has anti-glare

Anti-glare helps to reduce the external reflections of light coming from outside the display.
Apple Cinema HD Display
HP LA1956x
28% have it

8. luminance

Luminance is the intensity of light that a device emits.
400cd/m²
Acer Predator X35 35" UW-UXGA: 1000cd/m²
250cd/m²

9. has an LED-backlit display

Uses LED backlighting, resulting in better image quality, more vibrant colors and richer blacks.
Apple Cinema HD Display
HP LA1956x
80% have it

10. maximum horizontal viewing angle

Horizontal viewing angle is the maximum angle at which a display can be viewed with acceptable visual performance.
170º
LG 32UK950 32": 178º
170º

11. has a DVI connector

Devices that have a DVI connector (usually computers and notebooks) can be connected to the TV set.
Apple Cinema HD Display
HP LA1956x
56% have it

12. thickness

168mm thinner.
215mm
LG 22EA53VQ: 5.5mm
47mm

13. height

58mm shorter.
543mm
Asus VP228N 21.5": 3.9mm
485mm

14. Supports VESA mount

The VESA mount is a standard used by most manufacturers. A device that supports the VESA mount can be mounted on many different supports, from arms to wall mounts.
Apple Cinema HD Display
HP LA1956x
70% have it

15. power consumption on standby

How much power the device consumes when shut down but still plugged in.
3W
Asus MB168B Plus: 0W
0.5W

16. weight

7.97kg lighter.
12.47kg
Asus VX278Q 27": 4.5g
4.5kg

17. Has a swivel stand

A swivel stand allows you to adjust the position of the display left or right, so you can position it to the desired angle.
Apple Cinema HD Display
HP LA1956x
35% have it

18. maximum vertical viewing angle

Vertical viewing angle is the maximum angle at which a display can be viewed with acceptable visual performance.
170º
LG 32UK950 32": 178º
160º

19. width

271mm narrower.
688mm
Toshiba PA3923U-2LC3: 340.5mm
417mm

20. has a VGA connector

VGA connector is a widespread connector and is found on many video cards, computer monitors, and some television sets.
Apple Cinema HD Display
HP LA1956x
76% have it

21. USB ports

With more USB ports, you are able to connect more devices.
3
Asus PA279Q: 7
2

22. has anti static

Anti-static protection prevents the display from building up static electricity.
Apple Cinema HD Display
HP LA1956x
2% have it

23. has a glossy panel

The glossy panel provides in general more vivid and vibrant colors compared to a matte panel.
Apple Cinema HD Display
HP LA1956x
8% have it

24. has FireWire

A FireWire port allows fast transfers of big files such as HD movies. However, newer USB versions achieve a similar speed.
Apple Cinema HD Display
HP LA1956x
2% have it

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