HP has today unveiled a new set of displays today, quietly revealing both their new DreamColor Z32x UHD display alongside their new ultra-narrow bezel Z displays.

Kicking things off with the DreamColor Z32x display, HP are looking to target digital artists and creatives with their new unveiling, revealing a display that has a 31.5 inch diagonal 4K UHD display that is said to enhance viewing of detailed information in accurate colour ranges.

To do this the display users HP’s DreamColor technology to provide “color precision and consistency straight out of the box on a wide 10-bit color spectrum sRGB/BT.709/AdobeRGB”.

In terms of specs you will find a HDMI 2.0 port around the back, with a 4-way customisable tilt, height adjustment, swivel and pivot arm that allows the display to face  a landscape or portrait position.

You can find out more about the DreamColor Z32x at HP’s website here. It is available for $599.

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Alongside the Z32x, HP also unveiled their new HP Narrow Bezel Z displays, which have been specifically designed to provide the user with a seamless multi-display setup.

Featuring borderless, high-deffiniton panels, the new displays come with a range of different features depending on the model you choose.

These include the quad-HD Z27n, Z25n, Z24nq alongside the Z24n with a 16:10 aspect ratio, and the Full HD Z24nf.

All of the displays are color-calibrated and allow users to daisy-chain up to four displays with picture-in-picture technology, or even picture-by-picture functionality.

They also include an adjustable swivel, tilt, height, and pivot stand and can be used side-by-side either in landscape or portrait mode.

You can find more about all the Bezel Z displays on HP’s website here.

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