HP launched a new monitor series ahead of CES 2022. The organization will demonstrate the E-Series G5 Monitors on the show floor in Las Vegas from January 5 through January 8.
HP disclosed the details of the flagship model in advance. The HP E45c G5 Monitor is based on a 44.5-inch QHD curved display. The Virtual Dual Display feature allows users to split the resolution into two. As a result, users can opt for either a single high-resolution window or two lower-resolution windows.
HP E-Series G5 Monitors
HP plans to make the model available before the end of the month. Most of the specifications of the other models in the HP E-Series G5 Monitors are unknown at the time of the writing. The same goes for the recommended retail prices. HP did confirm that the smallest model will feature a 21.5-inch display.
Furthermore, the monitors appear to be diverse. HP said the series consists of models in various categories, including 4K resolutions, ultrawide screens and curved displays.
Each model will be equipped with HP Eye Ease for blue-light reduction and Ambient Light Sensors for automatic brightness adjustments. Lastly, HP said that 90 percent of all materials in each model are recycled and renewable. The organization designed the series for hybrid work.
HP M24h and M27h
In addition to the E-Series G5 Monitors, HP introduced two FHD displays for home offices, students and consumers. According to HP, the so-called HP M24h and M27h are tailored towards ergonomics. Integrated software helps users tune the monitors for a healthy posture.
HP plans to make the M24h and M27h available in the spring of 2023. Recommended retail prices are unknown at the time of writing.
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