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HP launches four new 4K displays in Singapore, and all of them have USB-C

By Ng Chong Seng - on 11 Apr 2018, 3:45pm

HP launches four new 4K displays in Singapore, and all of them have USB-C

(Image source: HP.)

HP has just announced that its EliteDisplay S270n is now available in Singapore for S$999. A 27-inch 4K monitor designed for office use, the EliteDisplay S270n sports very thin bezels (HP call them “micro edge”), thus making it suitable for multi-display setups; and it relies on USB-C to minimize desktop clutter.

Touting a brightness of 350 cd/m², a static contrast ratio of 1,300:1, and a gray-to-gray response time of 5.4ms (with overdrive), the EliteDisplay S270n also uses an anti-glare treated IPS panel for wide 178° viewing angles. You get two HDMI ports (one v1.4, one v2.0, but both support HDCP) and one DisplayPort (v1.2, supports HDCP), as well as the aforementioned USB Type-C port. The latter supports USB Power Delivery, which means in addition to video and data, it’s able to carry power (up to 60W) to the PC.

HP EliteDisplay S270n. (Image source: HP.)

Also available in Singapore are three new 4K consumer monitors: HP Z27, HP Z32, and HP Z43. The 27-inch Z27 and 32-inch Z32 are factory color-calibrated, have 1,300:1 static contrast ratios, and sport a built-in USB 3.0 hub. The 42.5-inch Z43 isn’t color-calibrated at the factory, but like the other two, its IPS panel offers 10-bit color support. The Z43 is also the biggest 4K display HP has ever made. DisplayPort, mini-DisplayPort, HDMI 2.0, and USB-C connectivity can all be found onboard these 4K monitors; and according to the specs, their USB-C connection supports Power Delivery, and can send up to 65W of power back to the PC.

The HP Z27, Z32, and Z43 are available now for S$799, S$1,399, and S$1,299 respectively.

HP Z43. (Image source: HP.)

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