Although HP is not the first tech company to launch a monitor that has an IPS Black panel, but this time, the company has launched a separate display monitor called the HP Z32K G3.
The HP features a 31.5-inch Z32K G3 4K 60Hz monitor, and this monitor stands out with its Thunderbolt 4 support. It also has the unique ability to be linked with another display with just a single cable connected to your PC.
For developers, writers, gamers and so much more people that spend a chunk of time on the screen, The Z32K G3 is positioned for people who need color-accurate displays on top of the impressive contrast offered by IPS Black.
The HP Z32k G3 is actually the first PC monitor that comes with an IPS Black Panel, and this panel is expected to display darker shades of black and more detailed colors than its standard IPS panels.
The HP Z32k G3 Monitor has a 2,000:1 contrast ratio, 400nits peak brightness and it also covers about 98% of the DCI-P3 color gamut. The maker claims that it supports 100 percent of the sRGB color gamut and 98 percent of DCI-P3.
It can also serve as a complete accessories hub, which supports accessories like webcams and mice with its four USB-A 3.2 ports, and you can perfectly plug an Ethernet cable into it for connections.
HP Z32k G3 Monitor has a four-way adjustable stand that allows it to pivot, swivel 45 degrees to the left or right, tilt upward or downward, and be moved up and down.
HP Z32k G3 Monitor availability and pricing
The manufacturer, HP, had announced that the official release would be in November, 2022. As for the purchase cost, there hasn’t been any price fixed yet. One thing we know is that, since it sports Thunderbolt 4, it might not sell less than $1,000. We hope to bring you more details about the price as they unveil.