DreamColor Z27x

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HP DreamColor Professional Displays
Work in brilliant, trusted color and bring your ideas to life with the HP DreamColor Z27x Professional Display, featuring HP’s unrivaled integrated calibration engine, 4K1 input support, and 10-bit color that drives up to 1.07 billion onscreen colors2. HP DreamColor displays are used by many of the world’s leading animation studios and visual effects artists. HP has added two new HP DreamColor displays, the HP Z24x and HP Z27x, offering you a choice of 24” or 27” diagonal screen size.

The most color workflows for any industry
HP DreamColor Professional Displays have the features that color professionals need to excel in their work. These displays are ideal for a wide range of color workflows, including animation, visual effects, post-production, digital photography, and digital pre-press.

Factory calibrated for push-button color accuracy
All DreamColor displays are factory-calibrated for color accuracy. Factory-calibrated presets for the Z27x include**: sRFB D65, Adobe RGB, BT.709, BT.2020, DCI-P3. With the HP DreamColor Calibration Solution, you can calibrate all displays so they match each other and the color standard. By using the DreamColor Calibration Solution, you can even create your own color space preset by specifying the target luminance, primaries, tone response, and white point.

Over one billion on-screen colors2
With 10-bits per color, the DreamColor panel produces over one billion colors2, 64 times more than mainstream LCD displays. Work in brilliant, trusted color and bring your ideas to life with the HP DreamColor Z27x Professional Display, featuring HP’s unrivaled integrated calibration engine, 4K1 input support, and 10-bit color that drives up to 1.07 billion onscreen colors2. The left image is an example of banding artifacts from insufficient bit depth. The DreamColor display virtually eliminates contouring or banding artifacts (as in the image on right). This lets users know with certainty that if they see banding artifacts, it is in the content, not from the display.

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