IT House on May 15th, Hewlett -Packard is about to launch a 23.8 -inch Z24M display. The display is facing creative professionals and is equipped with a network camera to track the position of the user. Users are always in the center of the screen in the video call. This function is similar to similar. Apple's Center Stage function provided by its Studio Display and some iPad.
The 5 -megapixel of HP Z24M can tilt the network camera at the top of the display. Users can also adjust the camera settings to track the user's position faster. Although the network camera cannot be removed from the display, it can push it down, so that it will not be taken to the picture, which will help protect privacy. The Z24M also has dual noise -canceling microphone and dual speakers. The display itself uses an IPS panel with a resolution of 2560 x 1440, a refresh rate of 90Hz, a response time of 5ms, and HDR.
The display also supports HP's automatic locking and awakening function. This function uses a built -in distance sensor to detect whether the user is in front of the screen. If the function is enabled, when the user walks away, the display will automatically lock, and it will automatically open when it comes back.
It is unclear how the HP's network camera tracking function is performed compared with Apple's Center Stage. The latter uses machine learning technology to help you (and other people in the same frame as you) to maintain the center of the screen.
The IT House learned that Z24M is scheduled to be released in July, and there is no price information yet. HP will also release Z24Q this month, with a price of $ 347 (about 2359.6 yuan). The specifications of these two monitors are very similar, but the latter does not have a video conference function.
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