Earlier this week, information emerged online about the HP Omen Transcend 16 gaming laptop, featuring an Intel Core Ultra 9 185H processor and an RTX 4070 Laptop GPU. The Core Ultra 9 series remains uncommon, with an anticipated market release in the first quarter of 2024.
Windows Report has now leaked details about HP’s newest gaming monitor, boasting impressive specifications. The 32-inch 4K gaming monitor features an OLED panel, and to address potential burn-in effects, HP has integrated its “Omen Tempest Monitor Cooling Tech,” although further clarification is required regarding whether this entails active cooling.
The screen flaunts a 240 Hz refresh rate and attains a peak brightness of 1000 nits in HDR mode. Although details about VESA certification are not currently accessible, it has been verified that the monitor is compatible with AMD FreeSync and Dolby Vision.
For those with interests beyond gaming, this monitor introduces a KVM switch, making it the first display with independently switchable USB ports, as detailed in the report.
In terms of connectivity, it’s noteworthy that it provides HDMI 2.1 and DisplayPort 2.1. Despite the Radeon RX 7000 series supporting this standard for over a year, it remains relatively uncommon in new monitor launches. Additionally, the monitor includes USB Type-C with DisplayPort Alt mode and Power Delivery up to 140W. The range of connections encompasses USB Type-A 3.2, USB Type-C 3.2, and one USB Type-C specifically for data transfer.
The official debut of the OMEN Transcend OLED monitor is slated for CES 2024.
Source & Images: WindowsReports