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.
This ultrawide monitor can control two PCs at once and allows you to copy and paste between them using a single mouse and keyboard setup.
We may earn a commission for purchases using our links. Learn more.
Best Minecraft Dungeons character builds we've found so far
Minecraft Dungeons is a game all about the loot. As such, we thought we'd share some of the endgame builds we're currently using, that might help you get started with your own creations.
Check out these excellent Windows 10 laptops that come with LTE support
Need a quality Windows 10 laptop that can stay connected while on the go? Check out this roundup of the best devices complete with LTE modem.
The XPS 13, XPS 15, or XPS 17: Which Dell laptop would you choose?
Dell now has three different sizes for its XPS notebook. Each excels in its own right, so you might be wondering exactly which one is the best choice to suit your needs.
Bored at home? HP's got you covered with this gaming setup
No one said being stuck at home would be easy. It's lonely. It's boring. It's downright exhausting. And that's if you have work to do. If you, like many, are currently out of a job, you've almost nothing to do. What better way to pass the time by gaming? If you're in the market for a new rig or some new gear, HP's got a great sale going on, too!