The HP 738pu Monitor is a 37.5-Inch Curved Ultra-Wide 24:10 Display

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HP expanded its monitor offerings by introducing several new models featuring IPS Black panels from LG Display. Among these, the HP 738pu monitor stands out with its large 37.5-inch display. This monitor, now retailing for approximately $1,249 (roughly RMB 9,055), offers a curved, ultra-wide viewing experience. The HP 738pu features a 37.5-inch diagonal screen size and a 24:10 aspect ratio. It is designed with a 2300R curvature to enhance the viewing experience, particularly for those who appreciate a panoramic view. The resolution of this monitor is 3840 x 1600, providing sharp and detailed visuals. Equipped with an IPS Black panel, the HP 738pu delivers a 5ms gray-to-gray (G2G) response time and boasts a contrast ratio of 2000:1. It achieves a brightness level of 400 nits and offers wide viewing angles of 178 degrees both horizontally and vertically.

The color performance is notable, with an 8-bit + FRC color depth and nearly full coverage of the DCI-P3 color space at 98%. The refresh rate of the monitor is capped at 60Hz, which is suitable for general use and professional applications that do not demand higher refresh rates typically required for fast-paced gaming. Connectivity options on the HP 738pu are extensive, catering to a variety of needs:

  • One DisplayPort 1.4, plus an additional output for expanded display configurations
  • One HDMI 2.0 port
  • One USB Type-C port supporting DisplayPort Alternate Mode and 65W power delivery
  • One Thunderbolt 4 port, also with DisplayPort Alternate Mode, offering 100W power delivery and an additional output for daisy chaining devices
  • An additional USB-C port with 15W power delivery
  • Five USB-A ports for data transfer
  • An RJ45 Ethernet port for network connectivity

Additionally, the HP 738pu is equipped with four 3W speakers from Poly Studio Audio featuring DTS VirtualX Audio technology, enhancing the multimedia experience. For professionals who manage multiple devices, the built-in KVM (keyboard, video, and mouse) switch is a significant feature, allowing users to control multiple computers from a single monitor setup. The monitor also supports picture-by-picture (PbP) mode, which is useful for multitasking and managing content from two different sources simultaneously. The physical stand of the monitor is versatile, offering adjustments for tilt, height, and swivel to accommodate various ergonomic needs and preferences.



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