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CES 2021 | HP's M-Series FHD monitors are the world's first Eyesafe certified displays made from recycled plastic

HP's new M-series FHD monitors, made from 85% recycled plastic. Image via HP
HP's new M-series FHD monitors, made from 85% recycled plastic. Image via HP
HP's new M24f, M27f, and M32f Full HD monitors are the first Eyesafe certified displays to be made from recycled plastic that would otherwise be in the ocean. Of the 85% recycled material, 5% comes from ocean-bound plastics.

HP’s new M-Series FHD monitors have broken new ground while helping to reduce plastic waste.

The HP M24f, M27f, and M32f are the world’s first Eyesafe certified monitors that are made from recycled ocean-bound plastics, according to HP. The displays are made from 85% recycled material, 5% of which is ocean-bound plastic. All three feature slim side and top bezels and have cable management slots.

As their names imply, the M24f, M27f, and M32f are 23.8-, 27-, and 31.5-inch monitors, respectively. Each has a Full HD (1920x1080) IPS panel rated at 75 Hz with a 5 ms gray-to-gray response time (7 ms for the M32f). The monitors feature 8-bit color depth and cover 99% of the sRGB color gamut, per HP. The displays each hit 300 nits of brightness, have a contrast ratio of 1000:1, and are Eyesafe certified (low blue light filter).

The M27f and M32f have two HDMI 1.4 ports and a VGA port, while the M24f has a single HDMI 1.4 port and one VGA port. The monitors are not VESA compatible.

The HP M24f, M27f, and M32f will be available in March starting at US$139.

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Sam Medley, 2021-01-11 (Update: 2021-01-11)
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