True to its name, the HP 34f Curved Display is an ultra-wide 34-inch monitor with a gently bowed screen. This spacious panel is ideal for multitaskers, and its rich, accurate colors recommend it for watching videos or preparing photos to upload. (It covers nearly the full sRGB color space.) It lacks some of the features found in serious pro-grade panels such as the Asus ProArt PA34VC and the Dell UltraSharp 34 Curved USB-C Monitor (U3419W), both Editors’ Choice models, but, at a $649 MSRP, it comes in at a lower price.
A Wide-Wingspan Panel
The 34f is matte black with a silver stand and a silver bottom bezel. While the bottom bezel is an inch across, the top and side bezels are very thin, making this a good choice for use in a multi-monitor setup.
Including the stand, the 34f measures 17.8 by 28.3 by 7.4 inches (HWD), and weighs 15.7 pounds. The cabinet rests on a short stalk attached to a base that’s a rectangular metal loop with a 10.4-by-7.4-inch footprint. The loop’s interior can serve as a “corral” in which you can gather thumb drives, hard drives, or other small peripherals. The monitor supports tilt adjustment, from 5 degrees forward to 25 degrees back, but it lacks height or swivel adjustments.
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