HP's M24 and M27 Webcam Monitors aim to offer an inexpensive conferencing solution

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What you need to know

  • HP has a large lineup of video conferencing monitors, including not only the E24m, E27m, and E34m, but also the M24 and M27.
  • The M24 and M27 will release in early January 2022 and will be priced at $319 and $359, respectively.
  • Both displays come equipped with 5MP webcams, integrated speakers, loads of port options (including USB-C), AMD FreeSync support, and VESA mount support.

HP has a video conferencing monitor for everyone this CES. In addition to its E24m, E27m, and E34m, it also has the M24 and M27 Webcam Monitors coming early in January 2022 for the prices of $319 and $359.

Both monitors feature full HD (FHD) IPS displays, 16:9 aspect ratios, 300 nits of brightness, and 75Hz refresh rate maximums. They're Eyesafe and TÜV certified, in case you're worried about blue light protection.

The M24 and M27 feature AMD FreeSync support, though they're also bound to 5ms response times, meaning you may not want to use these for competitive gaming purposes. However, for video conferencing, they appear to have everything one could ask for at the sub-$400 price range. Each monitor has integrated speakers and a 5MP webcam with dual microphones, making them a one-stop shop for all your Microsoft Teams needs.

The M24 and M27 are designed to play nice with VESA mounts and are loaded with ports, including a DisplayPort, HDMI 1.4 port, USB Type-C slot, two USB Type-As, and a 3.5mm audio out slot. The only major tech spec that separates the two displays is that the M24 is 24 inches while the M27 is 27. As such, if you want to pay $40 extra for three more inches of screen real estate, you can, or you can save a little money and go for the smaller model. Alternatively, if you want to spend big on more "premium" offerings, that's where HP's E24m, E27m, and E34m come into play.

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