HP's new M-Series monitors filter out blue light but leave your colors intact

HP M24f Fhd Monitor Front Left
HP M24f Fhd Monitor Front Left (Image credit: HP)

What you need to know

  • HP announced three M-Series monitors at CES 2021.
  • The M24f, M27f, and M32f have three-sided borderless designs.
  • The three monitors should be available in March 2021 starting at $139.

HP announced three new M-Series monitors at CES 2021. The new monitors, the M24f, M27f, and M32f, all feature three-sided borderless designs and are built with eye safety in mind. All three new M-series monitors should be available in March 2021 with a starting price of $139.

All three monitors are FHD and feature many of the same specifications, including a 75Hz response rate and100 percent sRGB color accuracy. Sizing is the largest difference between the monitors, though there are some other variations, such as the M32f having a response time of 7ms compared to the 5ms response time of the M24f and M27f.

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CategoryHP M24fHP M27fHP M32f
Screen size23.8 inches27 inches31.5 inches
Refresh rate75Hz75Hz75Hz
Aspect ratio16:916:916:9
Bit depth8 bit8 bit8 bit
Brightness300 nits300 nits300 nits
Contrast ratio1000:11000:11000:1
Response time5ms5ms7ms
Color99% sRGB99% sRGB99% sRGB

Each monitor has low-blue light technology that doesn't affect their color accuracy. They also all have an Eyesafe certification. HP highlights that these are the first Eyesafe certified monitors made with recycled ocean-bound plastics. Each monitor is made with 85 percent post-consumer recycled plastic and has 100 percent recycled packaging.

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