HP Z25xs G3 and Z27xs G3 DreamColor
When looking for a new monitor for the desktop, laptop or even to use it together with the game console, it is usual to turn to brands such as LG, Samsung or Asus and it is not at all strange because they certainly have high quality products .
Even so, sometimes we ignore other brands that also offer high quality products and not always at a price as higher as some have to think. One of them is HP, the well-known manufacturer of printing products has long offered one of the best 27-inch screens and 4K resolution on the market for all those users who demand the highest image quality.
Now HP renews its line of DreamColor monitors and it introduces two new models that will most likely become new benchmarks for all those photographers, video editors and users who, in general, find having a good representation of color, brightness and contrast something super important.
The news HP Z25xs G3 Y HP Z27xs G3 They are screens that come with the promise of offering the best possible quality that the brand is capable of offering, in addition to the latest technologies in connection issues. Thus, these new monitors offer USB C connection so you can connect modern devices with the advantages provided by said connector, although it is not the only one integrated.
The DreamColor line of monitors also offers HDMI.20 connection, DisplayPort 1.4 input and output and together with the possibility of carrying the video signal through the two USB C connectors, these also offer the possibility of charging the connected devices. One of them offers a 100 W charging power and while the other of only 15 W.
Of course, this is only at the level of connectivity, something that today we value and should be valued, but that really is not the most important thing at all if it meets minimums. The quality of the panel is what attracted many to the HP Z27 and will continue to attract them.
The kind of 27 inches will offer a panel with 4K resolution while the model of 25 inches will go down to QHD resolution, the minimum that today would have to be required unless it is a screen that is going to be used only to play. And yet it is always more interesting to bet on options above 1080p.
Along with this data, the new monitors also offer a PANTONE-validated color representation, which a priori promises great accuracy. Something that is enhanced by a brightness level that exceeds 400 nits and enables them to work with HDR content.
Price and availability
With everything I read, these new HP DreamColor displays are positioned as two of the models to keep track of if you are looking to renew your current monitor. The only drawback is that you will still have to wait a few months, because they will not go on sale until end of the first quarter of 2021.
For the rest, the price is not bad, initially they will be around the 750 and 600 dollars respectively for the 27 and 25 inch model. It is true that they are above what other manufacturers offer, but by quality and even design they are well justified. Although if you have a little calm, it is also very likely that it will end up going down in price and they will become even more attractive.