HP just unveiled its latest curved gaming monitor offering, the OMEN 27c. The curved monitor is the latest addition to HP’s growing line of gaming monitors. These monitors are specifically tailored to meet the needs of gamers.
OMEN 27c Specs
The OMEN 27c utilizes VA panel technology, which also sports HDR 400, DCI-P3 92% color gamut, and Quad HD Resolution (1440p). Gamers can expect stunning visuals which are bolstered further by its 240Hz refresh rate. In addition, the OMEN 27c also features a 1ms response time and AMD FreeSync Premium Pro certification. Even the most hyper-competitive players should find making the switch to curved seamless and exhilarating.
In fact, recently the OMEN 27c monitor won an accolade. It was awarded the Good Design Award by the Japan Institute of Design Promotion for superior design and functionality. This is also the world’s first Eyesafe certified 1000R curved gaming monitor. This feature will undoubtedly serve to enable longer play sessions thanks to greatly reduced eye strain.
Packed with Rich Features
On the software side, the OMEN 27c sports the latest features from OMEN Gaming Hub. This includes dynamic crosshairs, which changes color based on the environment. Additionally, there are 248 customization options for the cross-hair shape and color. Another interesting feature is the Shadow Vision. It’s a feature that enhances details in dark areas. Shadow Vision will definitely help you avoid missing any potential clues when searching a dark dungeon. While Edge Precision smooths and corrects sharp images within the game.
For the console gamer out there don’t worry this monitor has you covered. The OMEN 27c monitor is plug and play ready with PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and Nintendo Switch, with over 140 tests conducted. All you need to do is simply connect the monitor with the 2.0 HDMI cable and start playing.
The OMEN 27c is now available and will retail for $529.99.
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