HP U32 and M34d Monitors have USB-C ports

USB-C ports seem to be gaining popularity with display manufacturers. An example of this is the HP U32 and M34d monitors introduced last week. The first model is based on a flat panel measuring 31.5 inches with 4K resolution (3840 x 2160 pixels), while the second model uses a 34 ”concave panel with WQHD resolution (3440 x 1440 pixels). Both monitors are equipped with USB-C ports with support for DisplayPort Alt Mode and Power Delivery up to 65W.

The U32 is used IPS panel, which is stated for maximum brightness of 400 cd / m 2 and 1000: 1. In addition to the already mentioned port USB-C, there are inputs DisplayPort 1.2 and HDMI 2.0, three-port USB-A 3.2 Gen 1, and a headphone jack with a diameter of 3.5 mm. The power supply for this monitor is external.

The M34d uses a VA panel and has a maximum brightness of 250 cd / m 2 . In terms of equipment, this model is very similar to the U32, but it has a USB-B port and an additional USB-A port, and a power supply is built into the monitor.

Both models come with USB-C and HDMI cables, and the U32 also comes with a DP cable. The M34d is already available for around $ 530. The U32 is expected to go on sale in October and will retail for $ 500.

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