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Xbox Series X: HP Introduces New Gaming Monitors

Xbox Series X: HP Introduces New Gaming Monitors

HP introduces new gaming monitors with HDMI 2.0.

HP expands its gaming portfolio with seven new monitors for a stunning, image-intensive, and responsive gaming experience. In addition to the four 27-inch, 32-inch and 34-inch IPS flat-panel displays, HP also features three 27-inch and 32-inch curved VA monitors.

The new models have been produced sustainably and consist of 80 percent recycled materials and recyclable packaging.

All new gaming monitors have a 165Hz refresh rate, 1ms response time, and AMD FreeSync Premium. Thanks to the EyeSafe-certified HP Eye Ease and an adjustable stand, they also offer an even more enjoyable gaming experience.

The X-series monitors also provide users with access to a variety of functions on the OMEN Gaming Hub. The OMEN Gaming Hub also played an important role in the launch of DigixArt’s Road 96. The first game of the OMEN Presents initiative will be available on August 16 on Steam, Epic Games Store and GOG. As part of the Deck OMEN Presents Road 96, various activities related to the new game are planned, in which the OMEN Gaming Hub will also play an important role.

The new monitors were tested for Xbox Series X / S, PlayStation 5, and Nintendo Switch. HP began testing all gaming monitors for console compatibility in 2019. More than 140 tests are conducted on each new gaming monitor. Since the monitors only support HDMI 2.0, you can’t use all the technical finesse on current-generation consoles.

Pricing and availability

  • The HP X27c – expected from September – RRP € 289
  • The HP X27qc – expected from September – RRP 333 €
  • The HP X32c – expected from October – RRP € 399
  • the HP X27 – already in stores – RRP € 269
  • the HP X27q – already in stores – RRP 333 €
  • The HP X32 – expected from October – RRP € 399
  • The HP X34 – expected from November – RRP € 499
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