Set to debut tomorrow at the Consumer Electronics Show (CES) in Las Vegas, HP unveils a new series of virtual reality and curved displays. The range has been developed for both consumers and professionals, and features a number of new products including the flagship “Zvr.” The 23.6-inch monitor allows users to rotate, manipulate and navigate 3D images, alongside real-time exploration and direction of dimensional content.
The two 4K products, the “Z27s” and “Z24s,” and the 5K “Z27q” increase the viewing of image detail and quadruple the real estate of the screen to allow users to see more data, images and text side-by-side. The former two both feature displayport, DVI, HDMI and USB 3.0 connections, and come equipped with a four-way ergonomic stand to allow pivoting from landscape to portrait positions. The “Z34c,” “Envy 34c,” “Elite Display S270c” and “Pavilion 27c” curved monitors provide an immersive visual and audio experience via enhanced peripheral readability that has been expanded to 178°.
Look for the IT company’s latest products to hit the market in March and stay tuned for more news from CES, running from January 6 to 9.