The manufacturer HP recently introduced several new monitors. These addresses very different target groups, but should convince with their high quality.
HP is well represented in the end customer segment but is also and especially known as a manufacturer of devices for business customers. The portfolio includes, in particular, complete PC systems, accessories, and monitors.
The company is most likely to serve traditional office workers with its E-Series monitors. The series includes the new HP E14 G4 portable screen, which is now available to buy on the Bhphotovideo store. According to the manufacturer, the portable monitor is the first with on-screen control, low blue light mode, and with a corresponding TÜV certification.
The new HP USB Type-C monitor is based on IPS technology and is equipped with a static contrast ratio of 800:1, the response time is five milliseconds, the brightness is 400 nits. Image signals reach the devices via DisplayPort, HDMI, and VGA, and a USB hub is pre-installed as well. The Type C screen can be adjusted in height, rotated, and tilted. The resolution of the HP E14 G4 is Full HD 1920 x 1080 pixels and 16:9 aspect ratio.
The E14 G4 could be the best portable monitor that weighs 625 grams and has a screen diagonal of 14 inches. The response time is 14 milliseconds, in overdrive mode, it should only be five. Two USB Type C ports are available, the integrated stand allows it to be set up easily and the device is only 4.75 millimeters thick.
HP E14 G4 Specifications
- Display: IPS panel with FHD (1920 x 1080) resolution
- Viewable image area (diagonal): 14″
- Panel active area: 30.93 x 17.39 cm
- Aspect ratio: 16:9
- Brightness: 400 nits
- Contrast ratio (typical): 800:1 static
- Response times: 5ms GtG (with overdrive)
- Pixel pitch: 0.161 mm
- Features: On-screen controls; Low blue light mode; Anti-glare,
- Ports: USB-C, 2 DisplayPort 1.2,
- VESA mount: Not VESA mount compatible
- Dimensions: 32.14 x 1.52 x 21 cm (with stand)
- Weight: 0.64 kg
Price and availability
HP E14 G4 portable screen is now available to pre-order on the Bhphotovideo.com website for $259.
HP has recently upgraded its mid-range Chromebook with new chips and features, but the price remains far below that of the premium model Elite c1030. In addition to Intel Comet Lake-U, the 14-inch HP Chromebook x360 14c convertible is characterized by an IPS touchscreen with Stylus pen support and some interesting features.