HP Intros Two New DreamColor Displays: HP Z27x & Z24x

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Zepid

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How about some actual specs and not just a copy/paste of the press release. You don't say which type/generation of IPS panel it is nor many other essential specs.
 

c123456

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Seeing as these are >$400 for the 24" monitor I don't see to many people caring. You can get a 27" 1440p AH-IPS panel for less.
 

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"Both displays provide one-button access to presets including sRGB D65, sRGB D50, Adobe RGB, BT.709, BT.2020 and DCI-P3. "

Hmm the PR people are wrong here, you should be pulling them not printing their wrong assertions.
to be BT.2020 compliment they need to be able to use a Frame frequency (Hz) of 120, 60, 60/1.001, 50, 30, 30/1.001, 25, 24, 24/1.001 as per the UHDTV/UHD-1 3840×2160/UHD-2 7680×4320 BT.2020 http://www.itu.int/dms_pubrec/itu-r/rec/bt/R-REC-BT.2020-0-201208-I!!PDF-E.pdf



 

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HP has never been affordable when it comes to screens, and will probably never be. I got a 27" QNIX 1440p IPS for only $300. Now that is affordable.
 

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These are for pros who need extremely good color accuracy, not frame rate. The 24" foes 99% of Adobe RGB, and the 27" does 100% of Adobe RGB... I doubt your $300 monitor can do more than 80% of Adobe RGB. In this market segment, these HP monitors are 'affordable'. This market segment exists because a lot of cheaper monitors are not color accurate, or are not color accurate *enough* for things like film and TV effects work (and print media) and everyone's Trinitrons are dying.
 

c123456

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Draven35: Here's a 24" at about $440 with 99% Adobe RBG: http://www.tftcentral.co.uk/reviews/dell_u2413.htm. Your point just became irrelevant.
 

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Not really a nice find. Just took one of the several monitors I know in this performance range and googled it. This was the first of I assume many that I'm sure are far less then the HP monitor. I could've gotten lucky, but I doubt it. HP is just late to the party on this one.
 

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Ironic since IIRC they were first to the party...
 
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