HP will unveil its next series, the Elite Dragonfly Ultrabook in November. HP is also planning to introduce a new 43.3-inch EliteDisplay S430c ultra-wide curved screen display monitor along with the new Ultrabook.
HP EliteDisplay S430c screen comes with 4K resolution and has the aspect ratio of 32:10, 60Hz refresh rate, and LED backlight brightness of 350 nits and a 99% sRGB color gamut.
The two screens can certainly increase productivity, but also need a considerable amount of space for it. However, the screen has the option of being hung on the wall. The 100mm VESA interface supports the screen to be hung on the wall.
The HP EliteDisplay S430c curved monitor also features a webcam which automatically retracts into the bezel when it is not used. This will also ensure privacy as it is compatible with Windows Hello face login. The webcam is also embedded with a dual microphone.
The dual-machine switching with the HP Device Bridge enables simultaneous control of up to two devices without KVM. DeviceBridge is compatible with the Windows / macOS / Android platform. What it means is that both machines can be viewed in this dual screen with the help of the DeviceBridge.
The keyboard/mouse control helps to copy-paste stuff from across the computer devices.
In the dual-screen mode, the user can set the screen size of each screen according to their own necessity and taste. The user has full authority over controlling the size of the display partition.
HP provides DisplayPort and HDMI interfaces that support the HDCP content protection protocol for the S430c ultra-widescreen display. The screen also features a four-port USB-3.1 and two-port USB-C hub. Both of the ports support up to 100W of power output Device charging.
The HP EliteDisplay S430C curved screen will go on sale on November 4th and the price for the screen starts at $999.