HP Announces Z Displays, An Ultra-Narrow Bezel Workstation Class Monitors

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HP today announced Z displays, an ultra-narrow bezel display family that exhibits striking, borderless, high-definition panels that are factory color-calibrated and provide flexible connectivity for a seamless multi-display setup. It is available in resolutions from Full HD (1920 x 1080) to Quad HD (2560 x 1440) at screen sizes that fit your budget. The models HP Z27n (quad-HD), Z25n (quad-HD), Z24n (16:10 aspect ratio), Z24nf (full-HD), and Z24nq (quad-HD), offer edge-to-edge viewing experiences to enhance productivity.

It also comes with integrated HDMI, mDP, MHL, DVI, USB 3.0 ports, and a USB 3.0 hub with a fast-charging port. The DisplayPort output allows you to daisy chain up to two displays6 with just one PC or workstation connection.

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These HP Z Displays are color-calibrated from the very first time the display is powered on, and offer flexible connectivity to daisy-chain up to four displays, and offer picture-in-picture and picture-by-picture functionality. All models provide an adjustable swivel, tilt, height, and pivot stand. The displays can be used side-by-side either in landscape or portrait mode.

The ultra-narrow bezel display planned availability begins in June and pricing is as follows: HP Z24n – $379, HP Z25n – $429, Z27n – $649, Z24nf – $299 and the Z24nq – $379.

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