[ #HP #Screen ] HP has joined other top display manufacturers in 2015 with its latest “c” lineup, and has plunged into the concave fray wit...
At 27-inches across, both the 270c and 27c will offer a compact but immersive way to view your favorite content in full 1080p. The Z34c is a 21:9 screen with 3440 x 1440 resolution made for anyone who wants a display that will wrap around an entire desk.
Ports on the S270c and 27c include two HDMI-in (one MHL compatible), one VGA-in, and one DisplayPort 1.2. The Z34c is just a hair lighter in this department, with two HDCP HDMI in and one DP 1.2 (also HDCP-ready).
HP Pavilion 27c
Response times on the 270c, 27c and Z34c will see a substantial boost thanks to HP’s Overdrive technology. The feature does increase the power draw of the monitor, but the need for extra juice is justified by cutting response times nearly in half. Each display rates at 14 milliseconds gray-to-gray standard, and eight milliseconds with Overdrive switched on.
All three monitors promise booming sound from their DTS speakers, with the 270c and 27c mounting a four-watt audio assault, and the Z34c upping the power to six watts
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