HP, in association with Nvidia, has Established the Omen X Emperium monitor at CES 2019.
The Omen X Emperium is a 65-inch gaming monitor designed for living rooms and larger regions. The expansive panel has a 120W RMS soundbar built in and includes 4K HDR support and 384 zones of full-array neighborhood dimming backlight.
HP Omen X Emperium specifications and attributes
The 65-inch AMVA panel has a resolution of 3840×2160 and features 750 nits of brightness, a 4000:1 typical contrast ratio, and a viewing angle of 178 degrees. The biggest USP of the gambling monitor is its own 144Hz refresh rate and impressive 4ms GtG (grey-to-grey) response period. This is accomplished thanks to Nvidia’s G-Sync HDR technology, which synchronises a monitor’s refresh rate to the update rate of their computer GPU. This minimises stutter, enhances refresh rate, and eliminates screen tearing.
The Omen X Emperium’s built in soundbar is rated at 120W RMS, and features three stereo amps in addition to Low Frequency Array technology that empowers deep bass without another subwoofer unit. HP offers two modes for the soundbar – one for gaming, and one tuned for general amusement.
On the connectivity front, the Omen X Emperium features three ARC-enabled HMDI 2.0 interfaces along with one DisplayPort 1.4, a line-out, an optical S/ PDIF, and 2 USB charging ports. The gaming monitor also includes Nvidea’s Shield TV built in, which permits users to immediately play a few Shield TV/ Android matches, in addition to stream content from websites streaming solutions like Amazon Prime Video and Netflix.
HP Omen X Emperium cost, availability
The Omen X Emperium has been priced at 4,999 bucks (Roughly Rs. 3,52,750) and can be set to go on sale in March at Asia Pacific. Indian pricing and availability details are unknown at the moment.
To remember, Nvidia declared the Big Format Gaming Display (BFGD) initiative at CES 2018, with a goal to deliver TV-sized 4K gaming screens with built-in SHEILD TV and large variable refresh rate to the market. Acer, Asus, and HP were amongst the first companies to join this initiative.