HP Announces DreamColor Cinema 4K 31" and 24" Displays, Secure Mobile Workstations
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: HP Announces DreamColor Cinema 4K 31" and 24" Displays, Secure Mobile Workstations
Today at NAB, HP Inc. announced true Cinema 4K displays, arming color professionals with new features, like color-critical accuracy and automatic calibration, to produce the films and animations of tomorrow: the new HP DreamColor Z31x Studio and HP DreamColor Z24x G2 displays. Also announced: the HP ZBook Studio, HP’s premium mobile workstation built for creative visionaries including filmmakers, architects, and engineers, featuring high performance, sleek design, up to 16.5 hours of battery life, and the industry's highest security.
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