HP's latest ultrawide monitor can control two PCs at once
You don't need a KVM to control two PCs on a single monitor thanks to the new HP S430c.
What you need to know
- HP announced the HP S430c, a 43.4-inch curved ultrawide monitor.
- The monitor can control two PCs at once without requiring a KVM.
- The HP S430c Curved Ultrawide Monitor is expected to be available on November 4, 2019 for $999.
HP announced the HP S430c Curved Ultrawide Monitor. The monitor features a 43.4-inch ultrawide display. Its flagship feature is its ability to control two PCs at once without requiring a KVM. It utilizes HP Device Bridge to allow users to control two PCs through one monitor and to copy and paste between devices with a single keyboard and mouse. The monitor is expected to be available on November 4, 2019 for $999.
The HP S430c's display has a 32:10 aspect ratio and the equivalent of two monitors with diagonal measurements of 24 inches. It also has a pop-up IR camera that can be used with Windows Hello.
The display can reach 350 nits of brightness and reaches 99 percent sRGB color accuracy.
In terms of ports, the monitor has a DisplayPort, HDMI port, four USB ports, and two USB-C ports for data, video, and up to 100W power delivery so you can charge your PC and phone.
The monitor was announced alongside the new HP Elite Dragonfly business 2-in-1 laptop. We went hands-on with the HP Elite Dragonfly recently.
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