HP Announces New DreamColor Displays

HP’s newest DreamColor Displays were recently showcased in Las Vegas at the National Association of Broadcasters conference where it showed off its ability to reproduce up to 1.01 billion screen colours. Intended for professionals who are in need of colour accuracy for their work such as photographers and graphic artists, the new DreamColor monitors offer up to 60 percent more pixels and up to 4000…



HP’s newest DreamColor Displays were recently showcased in Las Vegas at the National Association of Broadcasters conference where it showed off its ability to reproduce up to 1.01 billion screen colours.

Intended for professionals who are in need of colour accuracy for their work such as photographers and graphic artists, the new DreamColor monitors offer up to 60 percent more pixels and up to 4000 percent more colour palette than their predecessor.

The monitor also feature the company’s hostless integrated calibration engine with built-in support for third-party professional colour measurement instruments, Ethernet-based remote management with an integrated web server that provides control of the display and a published software developer kit that allows users to fully integrate the monitor into their colour work flows.

The new DreamColor displays will come in two sizes. On one hand you have the $599 Z24x which has a 2-inch screen with Full HD resolution and a colour gamut that include 99 percent of the Adobe RGB range. On the other hand, t here’s the Z27x which costs $1499 and will have a resolution of 2560×1440 pixels and covers 100 percent of sRGB/AdobeRGB and 99 percent of DCI-P3.

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