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HP’s new monitors at CES 2023 are easy on the eyes

By Liu Hongzuo - on 6 Jan 2023, 1:37am

HP’s new monitors at CES 2023 are easy on the eyes

HP's CES 2023 are a sight to behold.

HP, a mainstay brand at CES 2023, has no shortage of new products to announce. Included in this year’s mix are new E-Series and M-Series monitors, which HP said is designed for hybrid work, home entertainment, and students alike.

HP E32k G5, a 4K USB-C monitor.

The HP E-Series G5 monitors offer sizes from 21.5 to 44.5 inches, with “sleek and elegant” designs. Select models will see perks like 4K resolution, curved displays, or ultra-wide panel real estate. But, the entire series gets HP Eye Ease for blue light reduction, and Ambient Light Sensor that automates screen brightness.

HP E45c.

Another example of the E-Series monitors is the HP E45c, with 45-inch “super ultrawide” dual QHD curved monitor that supports Virtual Dual Display (which is great for users who are used to having two smaller monitors instead).

HP M27h.

HP’s M-Series monitors are also no slouch, with “improved ergonomics” for better posture, and improved viewing angles to aid that. HP specifically mentioned the M24h and M27h monitors to have the world’s first “comfort setup guide” built into its display software, although the brand didn’t mention much before its big CES reveal.

The E-Series monitor starts at US$219 while M-Series monitors start at US$209. More details about these monitors will come later (after CES 2023 starts and ends), so we’ll update with key specifications, product details, and availability at a later time.

Source: HP (newsroom)

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