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HP Supports NVIDIA Omniverse & Releases New Z DreamColor Displays

by Lyle Smith

HP has announced its latest innovations to its HP Create Ecosystem today at Adobe MAX. HP now offers creators new remote solutions and the necessary tools to collaborate, accelerate workflows, and iterate, so users can share their iterations and work in real-time from any environment. In addition, the next-gen Z by HP and DreamColor displays have been redesigned to suit the needs of creators, providing seamless color accuracy, high performance, and an ultra-thin frameless build.

HP has announced its latest innovations to its HP Create Ecosystem today at Adobe MAX. HP now offers creators new remote solutions and the necessary tools to collaborate, accelerate workflows, and iterate, so users can share their iterations and work in real-time from any environment. In addition, the next-gen Z by HP and DreamColor displays have been redesigned to suit the needs of creators, providing seamless color accuracy, high performance, and an ultra-thin frameless build.HP adobe max

With ZCentral Remote Boost, creators have easy remote access to their workstation while proving real-time collaboration capabilities for artists, designers, and engineers. As a result, they can work and collaborate no matter where they might be: at home, in the office or on the go. Moreover, artists now have the ability to capture ideas, conceptualize, and work with remote teams using natural inking via the enhanced Wacom display and tablet preview experience.

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NVIDIA Omniverse ZCentral provides the tools artists, engineers and designers need with their display hardware and allows them to work in realtime across multiple programs to create and render 3D environments. For example, artists can use their preferred 3D creation program and contribute to a shared 3D scene at the same time within the Omniverse platform.

HP ZCentral and NVIDIA Omniverse advantages include:

  • Remote real-time collaboration and co-creation tools designed for 3D workflows
  • Ability to choose the end-point device and app with HP’s open multi-OS ecosystem (Windows, MacOS, Linux) and NVIDIA’s multi-application support
  • Seamless support for multi-display setups, 4K, and 60 FPS

HP’s Z Display line-up is expanding into premium market, featuring a sleek design, top-class performance, seamless color accuracy, and end-to-end environmental responsibility. The new HP Z25xs G3 and Z27xs G3 DreamColor displays are designed for the professional creator due to its precise and color accuracy no matter where their display is sitting. They are compatible with all devices and platforms with a main focus on user experience and simplifying creative workflows. HP indicates that they are also the world’s first color critical HDR monitors with one-touch brightness adjust functionality.

Features include:

  • Over a billion on-screen colors, PANTONE Validated color gamut, up to HDR 600 for greater contrast and vibrant colors, customized workflow color presets, and factory calibrated color right out of the box
  • Complete compatibility without limits connecting to a Mac or PC with a single USB-C cable
  • One-touch brightness allows users to quick view work at maximum brightness with the touch of a button and then back to its previous state without breaking your workflow
  • Frameless viewing experience with an 82% thinner design than the previous generation.

The new line-up are available in a range of sizes, up to 4K resolution, and are compatible across devices with 100W USB-C power delivery. The displays are also crafted with the environment in mind. For example, they feature over 80% post-consumer and ocean bound plastics, while 75% of all aluminum content has been upcycled, and the packaging is 100% sustainably sourced.

Pricing and availability: 

  • HP Z25xs G3 QHD USB-C DreamColor Display: March 2021 for a starting price of $599
  • HP Z27xs G3 4K USB-C DreamColor Display: March 2021 for a starting price of $749
  • HP Z24f G3 FHD Display: January 2020 for a starting price of $239.
  • HP Z24n G3 WUXGA: January 2020 for a starting price of $299
  • HP Z24u G3 WUXGA: May 2021 for a starting price of $349
  • HP Z27q G3 QHD Display: January 2020 for a starting price of $399
  • HP Z27u G3 QHD Display USB-C: March 2021 for a starting price of $449
  • HP Z27k G3 4K USB-C Display: March 2021 for a starting price of $599

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