HP added to the Z32k G34K USB-C Display model: it is said to be the world ' s first panel on the IPS Black matrix, equipped with the Thunderbolt 4. The device focuses on designers, content creators, architects, etc.
The new one is 31.5 inch diagonal and has a resolution of 3840 x 2,160 pixels. The IPS Black technology developed by LG specialists allows a 35% increase in black depth compared to the normal IPS screens.
For the new monitor, a 98 per cent coverage of the colour space DCI-P3 and 100 per cent coverage of the colour space sRGB is declared. The brightness is 400 cd/m2. The update frequency is 60 Hz.
The monitor received the port Thunderbolt 4. In addition, there are two HDMI separations and the DisplayPort Connect. A built-in KVM switch allows one keyboard and mouse to be used for two different computers, e.g. desktope and laptop. By means of a stand, you can adjust the angles of inclination and rotation of the screen, change the height within 150 mm, and convert the panel into a portrait orientation.
The HP Z32k G34K USB-C Display will be marketed in November; the price will be announced later.