HP Launches Ultrawide Curved Monitor and BenQ to Bring 32” IPS to Market

HP S430c

HP has rolled out the S430c, a 43” ultrawide curved display. HP announced  the monitor in a press release, details the new 43.4-inch VA panel. The curved monitor runs at 3840×1200 at just 60 Hz, with a 5ms GtG response time.

While it’s not marketed as a gaming monitor, the S430c has a 32:10 aspect ratio, giving you the equivalent of two 24-inch diagonal displays.

The S430c has a 1800R curve and features a pop-up Full HD webcam and two microphones.

Perhaps one of the better features too, is that its outfitted with HP’s Device Bridge meaning that you can simultaneously connect and control two PCs at the same time, on the same screen.

BenQ SW321C

BenQ has a new listing on its German website, advertising a new monitor that is designed for image editing. The BenQ SW321C, is stated as “Coming soon”, and is a new addition to the PhotoVue series with a main focus on colour accuracy.

There is no word yet on availability, but what we do know is that the 32” monitor is an IPS panel running at 3840×2160 with a wide colour gamut.

It features 99% Adobe RGB, 100% sRGB and 97% DCI P3 color ranges to offer a true-to-life reproduction of colour. While it also boasts a 1000:0 contrast ratio and 178/178 viewing angles, it also makes mention of HDR10 support.

To make life a little easier, the SW321C also has an integrated SD card reader and comes with it’s own panels to block out any interference on the top and sides, and has a fancy little control puck for the monitor settings.