HP introduces new monitors at CES: Curved, 4K, 5K and 3D

The US company chooses the fair in Las Vegas to present several models of monitors that embody the latest trends in technology. Interesting stereoscopic pattern with sensors and stylus to virtual reality. At the CES in Las Vegas, HP announced a series of new monitors that follow trends more in vogue in this period: a pair of curved display, two display 4K, 5K, and a display for virtual reality works with 3D glasses.

In an orderly fashion: Envy 34c and Pavillion 27c are the two curved display presented by the US. The first has a resolution of 3400×1440 pixels and ratio of 21: 9, has two HDMI ports (one of which type MHL for playing content from a mobile device) and a DisplayPort connector. It will be available in April at a price of $ 999. The second has a resolution of 1920×1080 pixels, a contrast ratio of 16: 9 and VGA and HDMI connections, even in this case with support MHL. The model Pavilion 27c is available now priced at $ 399.

On the other hand, presents 4K HP models Z27s and Z24s, respectively by 27 and 23.8 inches, and both with a resolution of 3840×2160 pixels, 16: 9 ratio and panel 1.07 billion colors. The other features of the two monitors are identical connections DisplayPort, HDMI (with MHL), DVI, Mini-DisplayPort and three USB 3.0 ports. The model Z27s will be available during the month of January to $ 749, while the model Z24s will price list at $ 549 from the month of April. Both displays also offer the ability to change the orientation from landscape to portrait and vice versa.


HP goes then also in the world of display 5K, useful to those who are concerned with the production of native 4K content as possible to work on the content at full resolution providing space for the software tools. Z27q is a monitor with a resolution of 5,120 x 2,880 pixels, with type IPS panel that provides more than one billion colors and a luminance of 300 nits. Just like the models described above 4K, also has connections Z27q DisplayPort, HDMI (with MHL), DVI, Mini-DisplayPort and three USB 3.0 ports. Available from March at a price of $ 1,299. The models and the model 4K 5K also offer the picture-in-picture and picture-by-picture.


Finally the model ZVR: it is a 23.6-inch display with full HD resolution and stereoscopic viewing mode that requires passive 3D glasses that provides virtual reality thanks to the presence of a stylus that allows you to manipulate objects displayed on the screen. There are also four cameras present on the top of the display that can track the movements of the head and detect in which direction you are looking. This way not only, you can see objects in three dimensions, but you can view them from multiple angles, as if they were holograms. It is a monitor that, following in the footsteps with Sprout. HP thinks mainly for design studios, for schools and for engineering laboratories. The display ZVR will be available in the spring, at a price not yet revealed.