Users can ‘experience anything from CAD drawings to product renders in tangible, lifelike detail’
HP has introduced the HP Z32k G3 4K USB-C display with IPS Black Panel, a technology that offers double the contrast ratio of a traditional IPS panel for blacks that are ‘deeper and richer’.
The 31.5-inch 4K display is said to offer ‘ultimate colour accuracy’ with support for 100 percent of the sRGB colour gamut and 98 percent of DCI-P3. According to HP, it allows users to experience anything from CAD drawings to product renders in tangible, lifelike detail.
Beyond image quality, the HP Z32k G3 4K USB-C display also offers several practical features including single power on, KVM switch, and support for Thunderbolt 4.
Through a single Thunderbolt 4 connection, the display drives 4K resolution at 60Hz, supports daisy chaining for a second 4K monitor without a dock, as well as high-speed data and internet — all while charging a device up to 100W.
Single power on allows users to turn on their workstation by simply pressing the power button on the bottom right of the display. “You no longer need to open the laptop and hunt for the power button,” says HP’s Aaron Slessinger.
KVM switch allows easy switching between two workstations – a laptop and a desktop, for example. Simply plug in both machines and a single set of peripherals to the back of the HP Z32k G3 4K USB-C display then press the joypad twice to switch.
HP has also launched the HP 965 4K Streaming Webcam. Enhanced by HP Presence, the webcam supports 4K UHD at 30 Frames Per Second (FPS), 1080P FHD at 60 FPS, with features including enhanced image quality, auto face framing, and audio noise reduction via dual microphones, and a privacy lens cap.