Nothing says back-to-school like a new desktop PC with a 4K panel. At least, that’s what HP thinks this season! 😉
The new Spectre Studio Display is a 32-inch panel cost $999 and boasts its 3840 x 2160 resolution.Specter Studio monitor uses the latest HDMI 2.0 input, which supports 4K resolution at 60Hz, as well as a standard HDMI 1.4 port and a DisplayPort 1.2 input.
Because few have access to native 4K content, HP says the monitor features an upscaler to make standard 1080p content “look great” at 4K resolution. The final trick the Spectre Studio Display offers is support for two simultaneous inputs to be viewed at once side-by-side.
HP didn’t say what the panel technology was, but its 178-degree wide viewing angle implies IPS or IPS-like technology.