HP’s 27-inch Quantum dot monitor is the company’s thinnest yet

HP breathes new life into its monitors with new QHD display

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Just days after Samsung announced its new, drool-worthy Quantum dot displays, HP is now showing off its own QHD monitor. Engineered with professionals in mind, the HP Pavilion 27-inch Quantum Dot Display allows users to play, create, edit, and stream in over billion colors, reproducing lifelike, theater quality visuals.

At just 6.5mm, HP’s 27-inch display is set to become the thinnest monitor ever produced by the company. Such a high level of innovation is only possible thanks to the underlying Quantum Dot on Glass technology.

The company says trillion of cadmium-free dots are used to deliver an expansive range of colors, many of which are impossible to reproduce with current technology.

This lifelike color reproduction also makes the monitor ideal for high-level gaming. And when coupled with the fact that HP has also partnered with AMD to incorporate FreeSync into the display, we’re willing to bet this monitor will fast become an industry favorite.

At the time of this article’s publishing, HP has not revealed a price or launch date.

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