The new monitors introduced by HP include the 43" display, the largest to date, and the first 4K model in the Elite professional display series, which focuses on ergonomics and aesthetics.
The new models match most of the technical specifications - the 27" 4K EliteDisplay S270n as well as the new models Z27, Z32 and www8.hp.com/emea_middle_east/en/products/monitors/product-detail. html? oid=18007210 (Z43) (with the respective sizes of 27", 31.5" and 42.5") a 10 bit IPS display with a 4K UltraHD resolution (3.840 x 2.160) at 60 Hz maximum, a viewing angle of 178° horizontal and vertical, a brightness of 350 cd/m², a contrast of 1300:1 (Z43:1000:1) as well as DisplayPort 1.2, HDMI 2.0 and USB-C interfaces. USB-C can be addressed as DisplayPort 1.2 via alternate mode, and the connection also provides up to 60W of power for charging notebooks, for example. The models Z28 and Z32 have an additional three USB 3.0 ports, the Z43 even has five - all three also have a Mini-DisplayPort 1.2.
All new monitors can be tilted up to 5° forwards or 23° backwards (but the Z43 can only be tilted by 10° due to its size). The S270n is now available for around 630 euros, the Z32 for 1,049 euros, the Z42 for around 990 euros - and the Z27 from April for around 700 euros. However, the large Z42 is already listed at Händerln from around 850 Euro. more infos at bei store.hp.com