HP DreamColor monitors welcome Z31x, Z24x G2 to the family

4K is practically done being the buzzword darling of the video entertainment industry. These days, it's all about HDR, be it HDR10, HDR10+, or Dolby Vision. But just as with hi-res images and videos, you'll need someone to create content with accurate and vibrant colors. That's where HP's DreamColor displays come in, promising color accuracy and automatic calibration for professionals. And with the new Z31x Studio and Z24x G2, the DreamColor range can appeal to every artist and creator, no matter the budget.

The HP DreamColor Z31x Studio is the top of the line model for HP's Cinema 4K monitor range. This 31-inch screen throws in everything, almost including the kitchen sink, to cater to everything that the pros and studios need. That laundry list includes a built-in colorimeter, integrated keyboard/video/mouse (KVM) switch, 99% DCI-P3 color gamut, and "True" 2K viewing.

Not all multimedia workers need all those bells and whistles. They will, however, need the same color accuracy promised by the HP DreamColor. That is why the company has made available its most affordable model yet. The smaller 24-inch monitor might not have all the features that is larger sibling has, but the HP Z24x G2 can still boast of 99% Adobe RGB gamut support, a dedicated color space selection button, and an affordable price tag.

The HP DreamColor Z24x G2 goes on sale in July for $559. That might sound like a high price to pay, but this is intended to be a professional piece of equipment. It is also pennies compared to the the HP Z31x DreamColor Studio, with its whopping $3,999 tag. This one becomes available sometime later this year.