HP adds a soundbar to the already dreamy 65″ OMEN X Emperium gaming monitor

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Gamers looking to go big have plenty of options when it comes time to choose a monitor, however, few are as glorious HP’s 65-inch OMEN X Emperium. The company today is showcasing a new OMEN X that features a built-in soundbar.

First displayed at last year’s CES, HP’s massive, 65-inch ranks among the largest PC gaming monitors on the market. Packing a number of industry-leading technologies, this big format display affords gamers a smoother, sharper, and cleaner experience, touts the company.

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Much of the tech found in the 2018 version is still present in this most recent iteration. For example, both models feature Nvidia’s stutter-free G-SYNC synchronization technology, a refresh rate of 144Hz, trillions of quantum dots, the DCI-P3 color gamut, and more.

Where the 2019 model differs, however, is the newly included OMEN X Gaming Soundbar.

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As far as connectivity, the OMEN X has three HDMI 2.0 ports, four USB ports, and one Display Port.

HP is expected to announce its price and launch details during CES.

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