A new curved monitor is about to arrive from HP, and it’s made with two keyboards and two monitors.
The new HP Spectre X1 has been shown off at the Computex show in Taipei, and we were able to try out the device and get a better feel for what it’s all about.
The monitor has an IPS panel, and unlike some of the other curved monitors out there, it has the ability to tilt up or down.
The curved screen uses two monitors and an 8-inch diagonal display.
The screen is a 3,280 x 1,440 resolution, so the display is about 10 percent larger than your standard 4K monitor.
The display is a bit of a mixed bag, with some images looking sharper on the curved screen than on the regular 4K.
But the sharpness and image quality aren’t bad.
The color reproduction is good, and the viewing angles are great.
The overall design is very elegant, and a lot of attention has gone into making sure the display doesn’t distract from the laptop.
There are two ways to use the Spectre X2, the first is as a desktop monitor.
While it’s still a bit bulky, the display looks great on the laptop, so you can use it for browsing and video editing.
This option gives you access to the webcam, which has the capability to shoot video at a resolution of 30fps.
The second way to use it is as an integrated monitor.
It’s a small box that you attach to your desk with magnets, and you can either use the laptop as a standalone monitor, or use it as a computer monitor.
The screen is very easy to use, and when you turn it on, the image quality is fantastic.
We were able a little to squeeze some of our own videos into the image, but the overall quality is excellent.
If you’re comfortable with using a webcam and shooting videos on the computer, the Spectre has great potential as a laptop monitor.
But if you want to be more productive on your PC, the screen is also a great choice.
The HP Spectre S3 is also in the product line, and is similar to the Spectre.
It has a slightly larger screen, a smaller bezel, and more pixels, but it still comes with a 1080p display.
That’s great for productivity, since the display will be the primary source of visual feedback.
It will also be the easiest to connect to a computer.
While the Spectre is the best all-around laptop monitor, it’s not quite as good as a 1080i display like the one on the MacBook Pro 15.
The Spectre S2, which is slightly bigger and has a 1080×1920 display, is the more competitive option.
That laptop has an even higher resolution screen, and that’s the better option for productivity.
The other option is the new HP Probook.
It features a 1080px display, but only has a 1280×800 resolution.
That display has a 2560 x 1440 resolution, and its resolution is actually pretty good.
But, again, it will be very hard to work with on your desk, because the monitor is so big.
The best option is for users who like to work on the go.
The HP Spectre G3 is the only other option available, and if you’re a gamer, you’ll probably want to use that instead.
If you have a large desktop, you should probably buy the Spectre G5.
The G5 is actually a slightly smaller display than the G3, but you get a 1440p display that’s great if you don’t need a 1080 panel.
We’ve also seen rumors that the G5 will come with a built-in keyboard, which could mean it’s a great option for people who use a lot keyboards.
But for most people, a keyboard isn’t really necessary.
The IPS screen is still excellent, and there’s no real downside to it.
If this is your first time using a curved screen, it might be a good idea to start with a smaller monitor and see how it works.