HP has today announced a selection of new monitors at CES 2015 today, the first of which is probably the weirdest.

Called the Zvr Virtual Reality Display, it is a 23.6 inch Full HD monitor that features 3D technology but also a sort of virtual reality experience via a stylus which allows you to move, rotate and manipulate objects on the screen.

Hp says that when this monitor ships in spring 2015, the monitor should work well in schools, design studios and engineering labs.

As of yet we don’t know much more in terms of other specs or pricing.


Next up is a new curved monitor, available in a 37 inch and a 34 inch version, the new curved monitors come with different names but with slightly similar specs.

The 34 inch model has been named the Envy 34c, which features a 3,440 x 1,440 resolution and a wide 21:9 aspect ratio, alongside dual HDMI sockets, a DisplayPort and an MHL port for playing content from a mobile device.

THe 27 inch model has been named the Pavillion 27c and features a 1080p resolution with a 16:9 aspect ratio alongside VGA HDMI and MHL support.

The Envy 34c will be available in April for $999 in the US, and the Pavillion 27c is available now for $399 in the US.


Last on the list is HP’s new 4K and 5K monitors, the 4K version comes in two new sizes, a 37 inch version called the Z27 and a 23.8 inch version that has been named the Z24. Both feature 2,840 x 2,160 pixel resolutions a 16:9 aspect ratio and 1.07 billion colours.

They also have support for DisplayPort, DVI, HDMI, Mini-DisplayPort, MHL and USB 3.0.

In the US the Z27s will be available in January for $749 and the Z24s will be available in April for $549.

The 5K display is a little more interesting, dubbed the Z27q it has a 5,120 x 2,880 pixel resolution with a 300-nit IPS display, which is about 14.7 million pixels. The monitor also features support for over a bullion colours, and a picture-in-picture/ picture-by-picture mode.

The Z27q will be available in March for $1,299 in the US.

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