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HP announces its first consumer creator display, the HP U28 4K HDR Monitor

What you need to know

  • HP announced the HP U28 4K HDR Monitor.
  • It's HP's first consumer creator display.
  • The HP U28 4K HDR Monitor will be available in December for $449.

HP announced the HP U28 4K HDR Monitor today. It's the first-ever consumer creator display from HP, and it focuses on color accuracy and flexibility. The 28-inch 4K HDR monitor starts shipping in December for $449 (opens in new tab).

HP designed the HP U28 4K HDR Monitor for creators. It has color presets for creators, is factory calibrated for color accuracy, and has an ultra-wide color range. It covers 100 percent sRGB and 93 percent DCI P3. The monitor supports HP Eye Ease, which filters out blue light without adding an orange tint.

The HP U28 4K HDR Monitor is fully adjustable, allowing you to tilt, pivot, and swivel the display to fit different workflows. The display pivots up to 90 degrees, so you can use it in portrait or landscape mode.

CategorySpec
Display size28-inch
Resolution4K UHD (3840 x 2160), 16:9
Panel typeIPS
Refresh rate60Hz
Response time4ms GTG with overdrive
Contrast1000:1
Brightness400 nits
Color100 percent sRGB
93 percent DCI P3
ConnectivityDisplayPort 1.2
HDMI 2.0
USB-C with PD
2x USB-A 3.1 Gen 1
Headphone out
Dimensions25.08 in (L) x 7.47 in (W) x 20.92 in (H) (63.71 cm (L) x 18.99 cm (W) x 53.14 cm (H))
Price$449
AvailabilityDecember 2020

The monitor can connect to your computer with a single USB-C cable. When connected, it can charge a computer up to 65W, so your device can be fully charged when you take it away from your desk.

In addition to being HP's first-ever consumer creative display, the HP U28 4K HDR Monitor is also the world's first consumer display with ocean-bound plastic materials.

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