Along with a super-light laptop, HP additionally unveiled an intriguing new ultrawide curved monitor at present. Creatively named S430c, the 43.4-inch screen is not the sharpest or most attractive external display ever seen; however, it has some compelling features. User can hook up two devices to the S430c directly (through USB-C) and power both the side of their screen by the side, so it is like User have two 24-inch monitors in a single. Not only that, due to the display’s processor and software known as HP DeviceBridge, User may also transfer files between the two machines by drag and drop.
The files can be sent to the respective devices through their USB-C connections to the display, which runs at a 4K (3,840 x 1,200) resolution and 60 Hz refresh rate. It could display up to 99 % of the sRGB color spectrum, and reaches a brightness of 350 nits. There’s additionally an anti-glare finish that makes the screen more comfortable to take a look at under harsh lights.
The S430c additionally comes with a pop-up IR camera that allows Windows Hello logins, as well as two USB C and four USB A ports. There’s additionally an HDMI socket, DisplayPort and an audio jack. Like most modern displays, the S430c may be tilted at a variety of angles, specifically between -5 and 20 degrees.
What stands out concerning the S430c is the file transfer tool and its capability to drive two devices at once, so long as they’re running Windows, macOS, Linux or Android. It appears like support for iOS isn’t available, and neither is the display compliant with HDR. In case of Users workspace often requires you to work on two machines at once, and this appears like a compelling method to manage them from one place, User can get the S430c for $999 from November 4th.