HP announces world’s first Quantum Dot on glass display with HDR support

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At CES 2019, HP today announced the world’s 1st Quantum Dot on glass display. The new HP Pavilion 27 is HP’s thinnest display yet measuring just 6.5mm thickness. The Pavilion 27 features three-side micro-edge Quad HD display to offer stunning visual experience.

The Quantum dot technology is the manipulation of micro-crystals that generates over a billion color variations. Trillions of tiny cadmium-free quantum dots deliver rich, vibrant color while using less energy than other display technologies.

This new display also supports various connectivity options including USB-C video, DisplayPort, HDMI, and USB 3.0.

HP today also announced Pavilion 27 FHD display and Pavilion 32 QHD display. The Pavilion 27 FHD display features FHD pop-up privacy camera and dual microphones. It also features speakers custom-tuned by B&O PLAY with quality-woven speaker fabric to provide an amazing audio experience. The Pavilion 32 QHD display will support 100% sRGB color range and supports connectivity through USB Type-C.

Pricing and Availability:

  • The HP Pavilion 27 FHD Display is expected to be available in March for $329.
  • The Pavilion 27 Quantum Dot Display is expected to be available in March for $399.
  • The HP Pavilion 32 QHD Display is expected to be available in June for a starting price of $379.99.

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