HP to release 32-inch Omen monitor

HP to release 32-inch Omen monitor

HP’s Omen line of hardware products will get a new 32-inch monitor soon. The monitor will carry the rather interesting Omen by HP 32 product name and will soon appear in Japan. The expected price is USD 430.

The Omen by HP 32 will have a 32-inch WVA+ panel that will work at 2560 x 1440 pixels and that will offer 100 per cent sRGB coverage. The Omen by HP 32 will support 16.8 million colors and will come with a static contrast ratio of 3000:1, a dynamic contrast ratio of 10 000 000:1, 300 cd/m² of brightness, 5 ms of response time, 75 Hz refresh rate and 178-degree viewing angles. The new HP Omen monitor will support AMD’s FreeSync technology and will have two HDMI 1.4 ports in the back, a single DisplayPort connector and two USB ports. The monitor measures 739.9 x 178.9 x 522.3 mm and weighs 9.8 kilograms. Its power consumption is 54W.

The Omen by HP 32 will be in stores in mid-July.

Source: HP

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