The intensity of gaming on the big screen has recently increased.
In conclusion, the HP Omen X Emperium 65 is designed for PC gamers who refuse to compromise on screen size. With 65 inches available, you’re almost certain not to be disappointed in this category, assuming your wallet is up to the task.
It’s a monitor for gaming. It is a television. Technically, both are true. The HP Omen X Emperium 65 is a member of the Big Format Gaming Display (BFGD) initiative, which aims to bring TV-sized 4K gaming monitors with premium HDR, variable refresh rates, and Shield TV functionality.
If this sounds desirable, it most likely is. And I can assure you, it’s quite expensive.
The display features a 64.5-inch 8-bit AMVA panel with a 3,840 2,160 resolution, 750 – 1,000 nits of brightness (typical / HDR), a 3,200:1 – 4,000:1 contrast ratio (minimum/typical), 178° viewing angles, a 120 – 144Hz refresh rate (normal/overclocked), and a 4ms Gray-to-Gray response time with overdrive enabled.
HP asserts that it supports 95% of the DCI-P3 color space.
A custom-designed 120-watt soundbar and an Nvidia Shield set-top box with a remote are also included. Even the I/O panel is equipped with a light to illuminate the connections when working in that area. A TV tuner to connect your coaxial cable for free over-the-air channels is the only thing missing.
The HP Omen X Emperium 65 display will be available for $4,999 next month. That’s a lot for a “gaming monitor,” and it’s still pricey for a high-end television, but for a device that serves both purposes, it’s at least intriguing.