HP has recently gone big with their newest upcoming monitor called Omen X Emperium which is 65 Inch at 144hz with G-Sync enabled as well as HDR. This monitor has taken PC gaming to the next level because of its enormous size and outstanding qualities. Omen X Emperium isn’t like your regular monitor as it will require more space.

The Omen X Emperium supports a native resolution of 3840 × 2160 and uses a 64.5 AMVA panel. As you know from the title, the monitor has a refresh rate of 144hz but has a 4ms response time, unlike smaller 144hz monitors which have a 1ms response time. Omen X Emperium has G-Sync enabled so there won’t be any screen tearing whatsoever and it also comes with a built-in 120w sound bar with high-end audio quality which will make your gaming experience more immersive. The humongous monitor has RGB as well which you can control and modify through the Omen Command Center software.


Panel64.5″ AMVA
Native Resolution3840 × 2160
Maximum Refresh RateNormal: 120 Hz
Overclocked: 144 Hz
Response Time4 ms with overdrive
BrightnessTypical: 750 cd/m²
HDR: 1000 cd/m²
ContrastMinimum: 3200:1
Typical: 4000:1
Viewing Angles178°/178° horizontal/vertical
Pixel Pitch0.372 mm²
Pixel Density68 ppi
Display Colors?
Color Gamut SupportDCI-P3: 95%
Media Playback CapabilitiesBuilt-in NVIDIA SHIELD TV game console
Inputs1 × DisplayPort 1.4
3 × HDMI 2.0a
1x USB-B
HDCP 2.2
USB Hub2-port USB 3.0
AudioOutput power: 120W
Impedence: 4 Ohms
Frequency range: 40 – 20k Hz
Sensitivity: 91 dB @ 1K Hz at 1m full scale volume
Magnet Materials: Ferrite
Diaphragm: Aluminum

Line out: 1
S-PDIF out: 1
PowerIdle0.5 W
Launch Price$5,000

The Omen X Emperium also supports VESA mounting which means that you can hang the 65-inch monitor on the wall if you want to. The Emperium won’t be cheap because its starting price would be at $5,000 and its set to be released somewhere late in February.

Source: AnandTech

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