Recently, we wrote about the new LG UltraGear 32GS95UE monitor, which will be one of the first monitors on the market to offer a 32-inch 4K OLED screen with 240 Hz refresh rate and the ability to smoothly change the resolution and refresh rate to Full HD / 480 Hz. It seems that next year we will see many more 4K OLED monitors, which will be offered in a similar diagonal. One of such devices will be the HP OMEN Transcend 32, about which information first appeared before CES 2024.
HP OMEN Transcend 32 is a new monitor designed for gaming and graphics work. It uses a 32-inch 4K OLED screen with a refresh rate of 240 Hz. It will also offer HDMI 2.1 and DisplayPort 2.1 inputs. The official presentation will take place at CES 2024.
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Windows Report Portal (the same one that recently revealed information about the HP OMEN Transcend 14 laptop with Intel Meteor Lake) this time he posted news about the upcoming monitor HP OMEN Transcend 32. It will be another monitor with an OLED display, 4K resolution and a 32-inch diagonal. The maximum luminance is 1000 nits. There will also be support for AMD FreeSync Premium and HDR Dolby Vision. The refresh rate will also be very high, reaching 240 Hz. Unlike the recently discussed LG UltraGear, here the company decided to keep up with the times and introduce the latest solutions.
This applies, for example, to the issue of ports. The user will have two video inputs at their disposal: 1x HDMI 2.1 and 1x DisplayPort 2.1. It will therefore be one of the first monitors with such parameters to use DP 2.1 connectivity. This will allow you to maintain full resolution and 240 Hz refresh rate (also with HDR), without worrying about cut chrominance. In addition, there will be a USB-C port with full DisplayPort functionality and the ability to charge other devices with a power of up to 140 W. In addition, there is a HUB consisting of three USB 3.2 type A Gen.2 and USB 3.2 type C Gen.2 connectors. The monitor is to receive the proprietary Omen Tempest Monitor Cooling Technology system, which is intended to prevent screen burn-in. However, we will probably learn the details of its operation only at CES. The new HP OMEN Transcend 32 will also receive an automatic KVM switch.
Source: Windows Report