HP isn’t going to sit around while the rest of the market caters to customers with curved displays. The company is launching similar products of its own at the International Consumer Electronics Show 2015, the biggest industry event of its kind, where many of HP’s rivals are showing off their curved displays. HP has models as big as 34-inches on offer, these are the HP Z34c and HP Envy 34c ultra wide curved displays.

The company has already announced two other curved display models, EliteDisplay S270c and Pavilion 27c. Both measure 27-inches diagonally much like most of the competition out there, HP’s ultra wide displays will however make it stand out from the rest.

HP Z34c and Envy 34c are 3000r curved displays with MHL support that measure 24-inches diagonally with a wide 21:9 aspect ration. Ultra high 3,440×1,440 pixel resolution is supported with 98 percent sRGB and premium 6 watt/channel speakers with DTS Audio. These monitors also come with a VESA-compatible bracket and include picture-in-picture and picture-by-picture features which lets users look at feeds from the device and the PC simultaneously.

HP expects these monitors to be available around the globe starting this April for an estimated price of $999.

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