HP P19V G4 Monitor | 18.5″ WXGA | (NEW)

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HP P19V G4 Monitor
  • Display : 18.5″  WXGA (1366 x 768)
  • Brightness ; 200nits
  • Response ratio : 5ms on/off
  • Weight : 2.45kg
  • Warranty : 1 Year Local
  • Status : NEW
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HP P19V G4 Monitor


17.38 x 2 x 10.94 in


WXGA (1366 x 768)

Display Size (diagonal)




Response Ratio

5ms on/off

Input Signal


Power Consumption

10 W (maximum), 9 W (typical), 0.5 W (standby)



What's in the box

Monitor; AC power cord; Documentation; VGA cable; Warranty card; QSP; Product notice


01 Year Local.

HP P19V G4 Monitor

Crisp, clear images and essential connectivity

Get rich color and sharp details for your documents, e-mail, and more on an HP P19V G4 Monitor 18.5” diagonal HD screen with a 16:9 aspect ratio. Connect to a legacy PC without a dongle through the VGA port.

Make conscientious buying choices

Choose a monitor that’s TCO and ENERGY STAR® certified to help meet your environmental buying requirements. In this regard HP P19V Monitor is a right choice.

Personalize your comfort settings

See your screen in a whole new light with HP Low Blue Light, which shifts the color spectrum for more comfortable viewing. Tilt the screen up to 5° forward or 20° back to find your best viewing position.


Rest assured that your IT investment has a long lifecycle and is supported with our three-year standard limited warranty. To extend your protection, select an optional HP Care Pack service.

HP was founded by Bill Hewlett and Dave Packard in 1939. Their first product was an audio oscillator and one of their first customers Walt Disney. Disney used the oscillator to test audio equipment in the 12 specially equipped theaters showing Fantasia in 1940.HP entered the computer market with the HP 2116A in 1966. It was designed to control HP’s large product line of test and measurement equipment. By 1969, HP was marketing a timesharing computer system and continued to issue new products, including their HP-35 hand-held calculator and several computers in the 1970s.By the end of the 1980s they had a full range of computing equipment from large scientific machines to personal computers and peripherals. In 2002, HP acquired Compaq (and thus the merged remains of DEC, Tandem, and a few other firms).



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