CES 2024 has seen HP introduce a 32-inch display, featuring an impressive 3840 x 2160 "4K" resolution and a lightning-fast 240Hz refresh rate. This is one announcement tech enthusiasts won't want to miss.
Measuring 31.5 inches, this display employs a Samsung QD-OLED monitor, similar to the models previously introduced by Asus, MSI, and Dell in this size and specification. With a 3840 x 2160 "4K" resolution and a rapid 240Hz refresh rate, it supports adaptive-sync for variable refresh rates (VRR) from compatible systems. Additionally, it boasts an impressive 0.3ms G2G response time specification and a remarkable 1.5 million:1 contrast ratio, all thanks to its cutting-edge OLED panel.
Boasting a peak brightness specification of 1000 nits for HDR, this display goes the extra mile by supporting Dolby Vision content, in addition to the expected HDR10 compatibility. It proudly holds certification under the VESA 'DisplayHDR True Black 400' scheme, a distinction separate from HDR400 for LCDs. HP emphasizes the integration of "Omen Tempest Monitor Cooling Technology" to mitigate burn-in risks, providing users with added peace of mind. Furthermore, the screen is backed by a reassuring 3-year warranty. Experience immersive game audio and music like never before with the world's inaugural gaming monitor featuring audio fine-tuned by HyperX. This includes a 10-band EQ that offers complete customization within the OMEN Gaming Hub, allowing you to tailor the audio to your preferences.
HP will announce soon more details about availability, pricing and release date. Also, please note that the most probable launch date should be late 2024.