HP EliteDisplay S140u Price & Specs in Malaysia August, 2020

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HP EliteDisplay S140u Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelEliteDisplay S140u
DateSep 2014
Display diagonal35.6 cm (14")
Display resolution1600 x 900 pixels
Native aspect ratio16:9
Panel typeTN
Display brightness (typical)200 cd/m²
Response time8 ms
HD typeNot supported
Display technologyLED
Contrast ratio (typical)400:1
Viewing angle, horizontal90°
Viewing angle, vertical50°
Display number of colours262144 colors
Aspect ratio16:9
Pixel pitch0.193 x 0.193 mm
Ports & interfaces
Built-in USB hubYes
DVI portNo
USB hub version3.2 Gen 1 (3.1 Gen 1)
USB Type-A downstream ports quantity1
Weight & dimensions
Width345.8 mm
Depth13.5 mm
Height217.1 mm
Weight1.25 kg
Power consumption (typical)4 W
Power consumption (standby)0.5 W
VESA mountingNo
Cable lock slotNo
Panel mounting interfaceNo
Market positioningBusiness
Product colourBlack
Energy Star certifiedYes
Country of originChina
Built-in speaker(s)No
Built-in cameraNo

Reviews of HP EliteDisplay S140u

Reviewed on 2018-11-28
Slim, compact, and light, One-cable setup, OSD is easy to learn, Clean design that matches up well with thin laptop bezels
Stand affords only one angle, Can't rotate screen to vertical orientation, OSD buttons are tricky to reach, Cover doesn't protect the back of the monitor
The $219 HP EliteDisplay S14 has some impressive specs for a portable monitor, though the niftiest of all boils down to one letter: "C." This business-oriented travel monitor has a full HD (1,920-by-1,080-pixel) native resolution, using a 60Hz panel with...
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Reviewed on 2018-09-15
When HP first sent me the EliteDisplay S14, I really wasn't sure how I was going to be able to write a review. I mean, it's a 14-inch portable screen; how much could I write? But then I fell in love with it, and I realized that I have to write about my ex...
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Reviewed on 2014-12-23
Lightweight, inexpensive display requires no additional power source, with just one cable attached to your notebook
Color accuracy is lacking; no ability to adjust color and brightness separately from your main monitor, System Requirements: Windows 7 or 8 notebook computer with one USB 3 or two USB 2 ports available, What it costs you: $169
Pretty much everyone in video production and post-production has spent a good part of their lives in edit bays powered by large, high-powered workstations. I have two edit bays, one using an HP Z820 with a 32-inch computer monitor and 24-inch HD video mon...
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