The 2015 International CES will witness HP coming out with a whole new array of riveting displays. These would include its 4K, 5K, and curved displays aimed at enhancing user experience.
HP has added to its portfolio of monitors by unveiling its ultra definition 4K, 5K, and curved displays. These are expected to become available in the spring of 2015 and the 4K and 5K displays are expected to be priced at approximately $549-$749. These monitors possess an interactive virtual reality display that aims at providing its user an intriguing digital experience.
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With these monitors, users would be able to easily navigate, rotate, or manipulate 3D images. HP believes that such a monitor would greatly contribute towards productivity as organizations would be provided with a much bigger and dynamic work space.
The monitor has the adaptability to connect to a number of devices, alongside ensuring that the user’s audio and visual experience is enhanced. Users would be able to virtually interact with one another, as realistically as possible. Furthermore, users would be able to easily share 2D as well as 3D models.
More data can be viewed in spreadsheets, which is likely to enhance the user experience as well as productivity. The user also has the option to keep multiple windows open. Moreover, the technology will also enable the user to see their notebook, phone, and tablet being displayed on the same screen.
HP’s aim has been to make people’s lives easier through the use of technology, and providing users with a more integrated and holistic experience. Coming to the specifications, the monitors boast a resolution of 3840x2160. The HP Z27s is of 27 diagonal inches while the HP Z24s is of 23.8 inches. Apart from that, the monitors possess USB 3.0 connection alongside an ergonomic stand that makes it possible to switch between portrait and landscape mode.
Considering the HP Z27q, it has 14.7 million pixels and an aspect ratio of 16:9. Moreover, it possesses 1.07 billion colors, guaranteeing a truly exhilarating experience. On its portfolio of curved displays, HP has other monitors for instance a smaller display selling for $399. However, the Envy 34c is one of its finest curved monitors.
It possesses a 34 inch display and a resolution of 3440x1440. The aspect ratio is 21:9, with built-in speakers at both sides of the monitor. The Envy 34c is expected to be available in April, priced at $999. The display has also been designed to ensure that there is minimum reflection.
In one of his statements, Jun Kim, the vice president and the general manager, PC displays and accessories at HP said that the new displays brought forward by HP are consistent and in alignment with HP’s goal of providing technologies that enhance and exhilarate the visual experience, alongside altering the way people work. With monitors such as the HP Z34c, HP Envy 34c, HP Pavilion 27c, and Hp Elite Display S270c, users are likely to have an intriguing digital experience.
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All these new HP displays will be available for view at the 2015 International CES.