HP has taken the wraps off a not insignificant rundown of new displays, including a very precise 4K screen and slim bezel screens assembled for utilization in sets or groups.

The DreamColor Z32x is the highlight of the uncover. This 31.5″, 4K display offers 10-bit colour valuable and originates from the manufacturing plant shading aligned for profoundly precise scope of the sRGB and AdobeRGB arrays. There’s likewise a discretionary HP Calibration Kit accessible to slender shading multiplication down to precisely what you seek. The showcase underpins HDMI, DisplayPort, small scale DisplayPort and MHL info, and like most top of the line screens it can likewise go about as a USB center point.

Its details propose the DreamColor Z32x could give Samsung’s enormous 4K display genuine rivalry, yet you’ll need to hold up until an unspecified date this late spring before you can lift the HP up.

In expansion to its UltraHD model, HP is reporting a phalanx of new “borderless” screens. Like all screens making that claim the displays are not actually bezel free, however they do have bezels recently a couple of millimeters thick. HP expects these showcases to be utilized as a part of sets or in multiples, where the flimsy bezels will minimize diverting moves between boards. Here are the models introduced.


  • Z24nf, 23.8-inch, 1,920 x 1,080 resolution, $299
  • Z24nq, 23.8-inch, 2,560 x 1,440 resolution, $379
  • Z24n 24-inch, 1,920 x 1,200 resolution, $379
  • Z25n 25-inch, 2,560 x 1,440 resolution, $429
  • Z27n 27-inch, 2,560 x 1,440 resolution, $649

The Z24n, Z25n and Z27n additionally offer a better array bolster concealing to 99% of sRGB. The greater part of the restricted bezel presentations will be accessible in June.

This new line-up of HP screens is positively a ton to take in immediately, and it adds to the organization’s now various choice, which incorporates a few 4K presentations. The DreamColor Z32n is the biggest UltraHd situated from HP yet, however, and could be the screen to beat when it hits retail not long from now.


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