The HP S430c Curved Ultrawide replicates dual 24" monitor viewing experience sans bezel breaks
The HP S430c Curved Ultrawide replicates dual 24"monitor viewing experience sans bezel breaks
The HP S430C Curved Ultrawide Monitor is able to replace a pair of 24-inch multi-monitor setup for the same immersive viewing experience, without any annoying bezel breaks.
The display has 4K UDH resolution at 60Hz refresh rate and is designed with a 32:10 aspect ratio. Its LED panel delivers up to 350 nits brightness, with 99% sRGB colour accuracy.
There’s a built-in full HD webcam with IR that retracts into the top bezel when it’s not in use. The webcam supports Windows Hello for facial ID recognition.
The display comes with HP DeviceBridge that allows the user to work between two connected devices with the need of a KVM. This feature is supported on Windows, macOS, Linux and Android devices. Its most welcome feature is the ability to copy and paste files between the connected devices with a single keyboard and mouse.
For connectivity and ports options, the display has a DisplayPort port, a HDMI 2.0 port, four USB 3.2 Gen 2 ports (USB-A), and a pair of USB 3.2 Gen 2 (USB-C) ports. There’s also a rear audio jack. The display supports VESA mounts and has a height adjustment mechanism to suit preferred viewing position.
The HP S430c Curved Ultrawide Monitor is expected to be on sale in the United States on 4th November 2019, with an SRP of US$999. Its detailed specifications can be viewed here.