HP U28 4K HDR Monitor Review : 28″ IPS 4k Monitor With Type-C Port | Tech Reviews
This HP monitor features 4K resolution and is compatible with HDR content. It has the HDR400 display standard and is very suitable for editing photos and videos.
The TN and VA did not comply, the low priced IPS had light leaks, the refreshments were perhaps not what you wanted, the color depth was not either, they used to come with their own mounting systems… well, a bummer.
However, for some time now monitors have been coming out that, in various ranges for more or less affordable prices, are offering very good features . And in that little group this HP U28 4K wants to enter which, for about 430 euros , offers a good design, a good panel and a large number of ports.
|resolution||3,840 x 2,160 pixels | Format 16:9|
|panel type||IPS 8 bits + FRC|
|color space||DCI P3 | Display HDR400|
|Arm||VESA100x100 | Height, swivel, tilt and swivel control|
|Connection||DisplayPort 1.2. | HDMI 2.0 | 3 x USB-A | USB-C with 65 W | Jack for earphones|
Sleek design with all the ports you may need
Something that draws the attention of this model as soon as you take it out of the box is the ease with which you are going to have it operational.
The trend of not using screws to mount many of the latest monitors is great and here we have a base that attaches to the arm with a built in thread and an arm that attaches to the monitor with a simple ‘click’.
It has the VESA 100 x 100 standard and, although I like both the base and the arm because of the movements it allows, if you already have a monitor mount that you don’t want to change or a wall arm, you will be able to reuse it.
Speaking of movements, you will be able to lower and raise the monitor easily thanks to a very smooth system, but you also have a tilt of -5º to -23º, a rotation of 90º and a rotation of 35º left and right .
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