In late July, HP unveiled the X34 gaming monitor, which uses a 3440 x 1,440p panel in a 21:9 ratio, with a refresh rate of up to 165 hertz and response times of 1 millisecond. This monitor should distinguish itself from other models in this size that often have a curved VA panel due to a flat IPS screen. The pixel density of 110 ppi is at a relatively high level for consumer displays.
There is support for 8-bit color with a contrast ratio of one thousand to one, with 400 nits of brightness. There is support for DisplayHDR400 and FreeSync Premium with low framerate compensation technology. The color coverage is 99 percent of the sRGB gamut. There are some DisplayPort 1.4 and HDMI 2.0 connections and a headphone output, otherwise there are no speakers or I/O. Of course, a standard is included with height adjustment, which uses the vesa 100mm mounting points.
After the Swiss prices, HP has now finally announced those for the German market and the monitor should also be available in the Netherlands and Belgium in November. The suggested retail price is 500 euros, not much compared to the more than 850 euros that is asked for LG’s comparable UltraGear 34GN850.
Source: Computer base
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