After Dell and LG, HP also launched a monitor with LGD IPS Black panel, model Z32k G3, and HP said this monitor is the world’s first IPS Black screen with Thunderbolt 4 interface.
Moreover, this monitor is equipped with a 31.5-inch IPS Black screen, 4K resolution, 60Hz refresh rate, contrast ratio increased to 2000:1, 98% of the DCI-P3 color gamut, and a brightness of 400 nits.
In terms of interfaces, this monitor is provided with a Thunderbolt 4 interface, which can be used to connect to a notebook while providing a data transfer speed of 40Gbps. Other interfaces include DP and HDMI.
Furthermore, the HP Z32k G3 will be available in November at an undisclosed price. For reference, Dell’s 32-inch IPS Black monitor costs $5,000, and HP’s should be slightly more expensive.