How to make the monitors stand out when the characteristics are often interchangeable? Build in the technology that helps after you turn it off, apparently. HP has submitted a string of E-Series monitors which are billed as the first ergonomic display with an always-under the blue light of the function, Eye Ease, which potentially helps you sleep. That can be crucial in a time when it is more likely to work from home and the need of your body’s signals that it is time for a rest. The feature does not affect the accuracy of the color or enter yellow change, HP said.
The monitors of the same range from the 21.5-inch E22 G4 through 27-inch E27q G4. Most of them are 1080p displays, although you’ll find a higher proportion of 1,920 x 1,200 screen (the E24i G4) and two 1440p models (E24q G4 and E27q G4). They are all based on panels IPS with a very modest 1,000:1 contrast ratio, a 250 nits of brightness and a 5 ms gray-to-gray pixel response time. These are not ideal for rooms with bright sunlight, then. The inclusion of four USB ports 3.2 Gen 1 hub help, however, and you can connect to your PC via DisplayPort, HDMI or even the old VGA if it is necessary.