HP announces its X-series gaming monitors with a 165Hz refresh rate

HP X-series will have seven different gaming monitors

HP announces its X-series gaming monitors with a 165Hz refresh rate

HP has announced its X-series lineup of gaming monitors which contains seven new gaming monitors. There are flat and curved models and has IPS display panels with a refresh rate of 165Hz. The response time is calculated to be 1ms. The gaming monitors also has AMD FreeSync Premium for variable refresh rate. Some of the devices are already available to the public and the rest will go on sale soon. 

The price of the HP X27 Gaming Monitor is set at $259.99 and is available in the US on the official website of HP. HP X27q Gaming Monitor is also available for purchase and it has a price tag of $339.99. Other models include HP X32 ($389.99), HP X34 ($459.99) and the curved screens including HP X27c ($259.99), HP X27qc ($349.99) and HP X32c ($309.99). The global launch has not yet been notified. 

The HP X27 has a 27-inch full-HD IPS display and the HP X27q has a QHD IPS display. Both models have 400 nits of peak brightness, has pivot rotation, low blue light mode, anti-glare and height adjustment. They are also compatible with gaming consoles. They have an HDMI 2.0 with HDCP support, a DisplayPort 1.4, and a headphone jack for input options. 

The HP X32 will have a 31.5-inch display and share the features of HP X27q excluding the swivel and pivot functionality while the HP X34 will have a QHD ultra-wide display. The HP X27q, HP X32, and HP X34 models will support HDR 400 content.

The curved screen range will be launched in October. It will have 350 nits of peak brightness and will have VA panels. The HP X27c will have a full-HD display while HP X27qc will have a QHD curved display. The HP X32c will come with a 31.5-inch full-HD curved display. The monitors will have VESA mounts with them but they won’t permit pivot or swivel functions.