Through the Glass: No one has asked for a zoom screen or a Google-certified screen to work well with a Chromebook, but HP makes both a reality anyway. In fact, these 1080p screens aren't great in terms of contrast or response time, but they can be good options for people who do a lot of video conferencing and aren't very demanding when it comes to hardware.
HP announced some new monitors today, and this time it's not just about resolution, size, color gamut, refresh rate, or response time. Instead, the company is marketing these screens to people with very special needs because they have certifications you might not have expected to see in this class of devices.
It is the first HP E24mv G4 FHD model, described as the "world's first monitor with a zoom license". The continuing trend of work and study at home has pushed video conferencing software like Zoom to new heights, so there's a reason manufacturers are looking for ways to ride this wave, while jobs and schools are a fun environment. Remote and in-person collaboration.
There is no word on pricing, but sales of the E24mv G4 will begin in August.
Screen The second is the HP M27fd USB-C, which is certified "Works with Chromebook", indicating that this model has been tested by Google to offer the best compatibility with folders running Chrome OS. In practical terms, this means you can use the monitor's USB Type-C port to power any laptop that needs up to 65W of power. Other notable features of the M27fd USB-C include support for HP Eye Ease technology that reduces blue light without excessive discoloration, as well as FreeSync support for those who wish to do so. The HP M27fd USB-C is available at the HP Online Store today and will set you back $300. p>
HP's latest displays allow for magnified calls and Chromebooks