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HP Omen X Emperium 65 with G-Sync HDR – monitor you’ll probably never buy

Only for rich people. HP introduced the world’s first Nvidia BFGD screen, called Omen X Emperium 65. The equipment features a very large panel, support for G-Sync HDR technology, and also an extremely high price. The cost of the product can scare off even the biggest enthusiasts, because in a much lower amount you will easily get a great quality TV, which is also perfect for playing.

HP Omen X Emperium 65 is a BFGD display equipped with AMVA panel with a diagonal of 64.5 ” and a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels. The standard refresh rate is 120 Hz, and in the overclocked mode it is raised to 144 Hz. The screen can boast a really high brightness of 750 cd / m2 by default and up to 1000 cd / m2 when playing HDR content.

The new HP product supports local blanking with 384 independent zones. The contrast provided by the manufacturer is 4000: 1 (minimum – 3200: 1), the viewing angles are 178 degrees vertically and horizontally, and the number of displayed colors is equal to 1.07 billion. Omen X Emperium 65 can also boast a 95% coverage of the DCI-P3 color space. The user can use one DisplayPort 1.4 and three HDMI 2.0a. Added to this is the USB 3.0 hub, optical, linear and HDMI ARC ports.

The display has a good 120 Watt audio system and a 4 Ohm impedance. The design has three stereo amplifiers and uses the LOFAR technique. Soundbar can work in two modes: adapted to games or intended for general entertainment. It is also worth mentioning about BFGD displays that have a built-in Shield TV console on board. It is no different with the HP product, thanks to which we also get an Android device with very large multimedia capabilities. Network connectivity is provided by a Wi-Fi 802.11ac wireless module and a standard Gigabit network system. HP Omen X Emperium 65 is expected to be released by the end of February this year. The suggested price is as much as 5,000 dollars. So it is safe to say that it is a product for a very small group of people who for some reason do not want to buy a high-end TV and they need a G-Sync.

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