HP E24d and E27d G4 conferencing monitors launched with pop-up webcams, dedicated speakers, and more
A day after refreshing its HP Omen 30L with Nvidia's GeForce RTX 3000 series graphics cards, HP has launched two enterprise-focused monitors. The HP E24d and E27d G4 conferencing monitors are custom-designed for office/home office environments, especially one that involves a lot of video conferencing. Prices start at US$369 for the HP E24d and US$499 for the E27d G4. Both monitors will be available for purchase in October.
The HP E24d comes with a 23.8-inch IPS LCD panel with an FHD resolution (16:9 aspect ratio) with a peak brightness of 300 nits and a 5ms response time. It weighs 6.8kg (15lb) and comes with an integrated speaker nestled at its bottom edge and a 720p pop-up webcam on the top. Windows Hello compatibility is made possible by the inclusion of IR sensors on the camera. Additionally, the speaker also comes with an in-built microphone. Input options include two Display Ports (one each for input and output), one HDMI 1.4 port, one USB Type-C port that powers the monitor, and a second one that can charge peripherals at up to 15W. Lastly, the HP E24d also comes with four USB Type-A ports that support charging at up to 7.5W.
The HP E27d G4 comes with a slightly larger 27-inch 1440p IPS LCD panel. Everything else about it is identical to the HP E24d, including its peak brightness, aspect ratio, webcam/speaker placement, Windows Hello support, and input options. However, it weighs 8.2kg (18lb), given its slightly larger size. Both monitors come with HP Eye Ease technology that claims to reduce eye strain by regulating blue light.