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If you're looking for a truly immersive gaming display, the HP OMEN X Emperium 65is just what you need. A 65-inch gaming "monitor" that supports Nvidia G-Sync HDR and that seeks to establish a new segment within the home gaming PC.
The HP OMEN X Emperium is part of Nvidia's Big Format Gaming Displays concept. It means "large format gaming screens", and its name makes its intentions clear: that those who play on PC enjoy themselves in a big way, with sizes that have nothing to envy to the televisions that are usually connected to consoles.
That's why the HP OMEN X Emperium comes ready to both place on a table and hang on the wall, as many will prefer to install it in the living room. Then we must connect a PC, such as one of the HP OMEN Obelisk towers, although it is compatible with various video sources.
Thanks to Nvidia G-Sync up to 144 Hz we will have a fast and fluid response in games, the4K resolution provides high detail, and HDR makes the HP OMEN X Emperium's color richer and more attractive.
HP OMEN X Emperium 65, specifications
If we review the technical sheet of the HP OMEN X Emperium we will verify that it is a gaming screen with the latest technology, its 65 inches They are not the only argument for choosing it. These are the details:
- 65-inch 4K UHD.
- Nvidia G-Sync HDR.
- Panel with refresh rate up to 144 Hz (4 ms response time).
- DisplayHDR 1000 (384 backlight zones) and 95% coverage of DCI P3 color profile.
- 120-watt sound bar with 3 speakers.
- Rear ambient lighting.
The HP OMEN X Emperium integrates a sound bar at the bottom, with 120 wattsPower, and includes the Nvidia Shield software for when we want to use it independently from the PC, for example, to access streaming video services.
The HP OMEN X Emperium 65 will arrive in Spain in March, for a price of 4.799 euros, a high cost, but nothing strange in the first 4K gaming monitor of 65 inches which also supports G-Sync HDR
What do you think of the HP OMEN X Emperium 65? Are large format screens the future of PC gaming?