HP Announced Professional DreamColor Z32x 4K and Narrow-Bezel Monitors
Bohs Hansen / 2 years ago
HP announced a new monitor that professional artists and other creative people will love, the DreamColor Z32x 4K monitor. The 31.5-inch 4K UHD IPS monitor can display a resolution up to 3840 x 2160 at 60 Hz and features the award-winning HP DreamColor technology for exceptional color precision and consistency straight out of the box on a wide 10-bit color spectrum and with 100% sRGB/BT.709 and 99.5% AdobeRGB color coverage.
You can connect a wide array of devices straight to the monitor, including mobile devices via the Mini-DP, DisplayPort, MHL, and two HDMI ports. It also has a built-in four-port USB 3.0 hub and audio out connectors.
It has 4-way, customizable tilt, height adjustment, swivel, and pivot settings to adjust from landscape to portrait to give you the right option for your work. The panel has a 178 degree viewing angle, both horizontal and vertical, a 300cd/m2 brightness, and an 8ms grey to grey response time.
Availability for the HP Z32x DreamColor Display is planned for this summer, but no official word on the pricing yet.
HP Also announced five new monitors in the HP Ultra-Narrow Bezel series. The models HP Z27n (quad-HD), Z25n (quad-HD), Z24n (16:10 aspect ratio), Z24nf (full-HD), and Z24nq (quad-HD), offer edge-to-edge viewing experiences to enhance productivity. The HP Z Displays are also color-calibrated right out of the box and offer a cool and flexible daisy-chain connectivity for up to four displays as well as picture-in-picture and picture-by-picture functionality. All models provide an adjustable swivel, tilt, height, and pivot stand and the displays can be used equally side-by-side in either landscape or portrait mode.
The ultra-narrow bezel display planned availability begins in June and pricing is as follows: The HP Z24n costs $379, the HP Z25n costs $429, the Z27n costs $649, the Z24nf costs $299 and finally the Z24nq will cost $379.