CES 2021 | HP announces two new USB-C monitors for enterprise customers
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Do you regularly connect your laptop to a monitor but hate futzing about with all the cables to set up your workspace? You may want to look at HP’s new E24u G4 FHD and E27u G4 QHD USB-C Monitors.
Both monitors connect to a PC via a single USB-C cable. Via this one cable, users can charge their laptop, connect to the display, and access a four-port USB hub on the underside of the monitor.
The E24u G4 FHD has a Full HD resolution (1920x1080) packed into a 23.8-inch diagonal screen. The E27u G4 QHD sports a QHD resolution (2560x1440) and a 27-inch diagonal display. Both monitors feature HP’s Eye Ease technology, which is an always-on low blue light filter that aims to reduce eye fatigue based on blue light exposure. Both displays can also mount HP’s Desktop Mini PC via the HP B300 PC Mounting Bracket and are compatible with HP’s S101 Speaker Bar.
In terms of ports, both monitors have the aforementioned USB-C upstream port (which also supports DisplayPort 1.2 and supplies up to 65 Watts of power delivery) as well as a single DisplayPort 1.2 out, one HDMI 1.4 (HDCP) out, and one DisplayPort 1.2 (HDCP) in to allow users to daisy-chain monitors together. The four USB-A ports are rated at USB 3.2 Gen 1 (5 Gbps).
The HP E24u G4 and HP E27u G4 will be available in February starting at US$219 and $339, respectively.