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User Guide

© Copyright 2019 HP Development Company,

L.P.

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United States and/or other countries.

The information contained herein is subject to change without notice. The only warranties for

HP products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services. Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. HP shall not be liable for technical or editorial errors or omissions contained herein.

Product notice

This guide describes features that are common to most models. Some features may not be available on your product. To access the latest user guide, go to http://www.hp.com/support , and follow the instructions to find your product. Then select User Guides.

First Edition: April 2019

Document Part Number: L57259-001

About This Guide

This guide provides information about monitor features, setting up the monitor, using the software and technical specifications.

WARNING!

Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could result in death or serious injury.

CAUTION: Indicates a hazardous situation that, if not avoided, could result in minor or moderate injury.

IMPORTANT: Indicates information considered important but not hazard-related (for example, messages related to property damage). Warns the user that failure to follow a procedure exactly as described could result in loss of data or in damage to hardware or software. Also contains essential information to explain a concept or to complete a task.

NOTE: Contains additional information to emphasize or supplement important points of the main text.

TIP: Provides helpful hints for completing a task.

This product incorporates HDMI technology.

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Table of contents

1 Getting started ............................................................................................................................................. 1

Important safety information ............................................................................................................................... 1

Product features and components ........................................................................................................................ 2

Features ............................................................................................................................................... 2

Rear components ................................................................................................................................ 3

Setting up the monitor .......................................................................................................................................... 4

Removing the stand’s hinge blocker ................................................................................................... 4

Connecting the cables ......................................................................................................................... 5

Connecting USB devices ...................................................................................................................... 7

Adjusting the monitor ......................................................................................................................... 8

Installing a security cable .................................................................................................................... 9

Storing headphones ............................................................................................................................ 9

Mounting the monitor head .............................................................................................................. 10

Removing the monitor stand .......................................................................................... 10

Attaching the VESA mounting bracket ........................................................................... 11

Turning on the monitor ..................................................................................................................... 12

2 Using the monitor ........................................................................................................................................ 13

Downloading the monitor driver ......................................................................................................................... 13

Using the OSD menu ............................................................................................................................................ 13

Display Mode ........................................................................................................................................................ 14

Using Auto-Sleep Mode ....................................................................................................................................... 14

Using the Sleep Timer .......................................................................................................................................... 15

Using the Power-Off Timer .................................................................................................................................. 16

Using the ambient light ....................................................................................................................................... 16

Selecting a faster response time for gaming ...................................................................................................... 17

Adjusting blue light output .................................................................................................................................. 17

Using HP Enhance+ .............................................................................................................................................. 17

Using RGB Gain Control ........................................................................................................................................ 18

Viewing the Frame Rate ....................................................................................................................................... 18

Using Message Timers ......................................................................................................................................... 19

Using the Crosshair feature ................................................................................................................................. 20

Using Multi-Monitor Align .................................................................................................................................... 20

3 Support and troubleshooting ........................................................................................................................ 21

Solving common issues ....................................................................................................................................... 21

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Button lockouts ................................................................................................................................................... 21

Contacting support .............................................................................................................................................. 22

Preparing to call technical support ..................................................................................................................... 22

Locating the serial number and product number ............................................................................................... 22

4 Maintaining the monitor .............................................................................................................................. 23

Maintenance guidelines ....................................................................................................................................... 23

Cleaning the monitor ......................................................................................................................... 23

Shipping the monitor ......................................................................................................................... 23

Appendix A Technical specifications ................................................................................................................. 24

Preset display resolutions ................................................................................................................................... 25

Entering user modes ......................................................................................................................... 26

Appendix B Accessibility ................................................................................................................................. 27

Accessibility ......................................................................................................................................................... 27

Finding the technology tools you need ............................................................................................ 27

Our commitment ............................................................................................................................... 27

International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP) ....................................................... 27

Finding the best assistive technology .............................................................................................. 28

Assessing your needs ..................................................................................................... 28

Accessibility for HP products .......................................................................................... 28

Standards and legislation .................................................................................................................................... 29

Standards .......................................................................................................................................... 29

Mandate 376 – EN 301 549 ............................................................................................ 29

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) ................................................................ 29

Legislation and regulations .............................................................................................................. 29

United States ................................................................................................................... 30

21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act (CVAA) ............................... 30

Canada ............................................................................................................................. 30

Europe ............................................................................................................................. 31

United Kingdom .............................................................................................................. 31

Australia .......................................................................................................................... 31

Worldwide ....................................................................................................................... 31

Useful accessibility resources and links .............................................................................................................. 32

Organizations .................................................................................................................................... 32

Educational institutions .................................................................................................................... 32

Other disability resources ................................................................................................................. 32

HP links .............................................................................................................................................. 32

Contacting support .............................................................................................................................................. 33

1 Getting started

Important safety information

An AC adapter and power cord may be included with the monitor. If another cord is used, use only a power source and connection appropriate for this monitor. For information about the correct AC power cord set to use with the monitor, refer to the Product Notices provided in your documentation kit.

WARNING!

To reduce the risk of electric shock or damage to the equipment:

• Plug the power cord into an AC outlet that is easily accessible at all times.

• If the power cord has a 3-pin attachment plug, plug the cord into a grounded (earthed) 3-pin outlet.

• Disconnect power from the computer by unplugging the power cord from the AC outlet. When unplugging the power cord from the AC outlet, grasp the cord by the plug.

For your safety, do not place anything on power cords or cables. Care should be taken to route all cords and cables connected to the monitor so that they cannot be stepped on, pulled, grabbed, or tripped over.

To reduce the risk of serious injury, read the Safety & Comfort Guide provided with your user guides. It describes proper workstation setup and proper posture, health, and work habits for computer users. The

Safety & Comfort Guide also provides important electrical and mechanical safety information. The Safety &

Comfort Guide is also available on the Web at http://www.hp.com/ergo .

IMPORTANT: For the protection of the monitor and the computer, connect all power cords for the computer and its peripheral devices (such as a monitor, printer, scanner) to a surge protection device such as a power strip or uninterruptible power supply (UPS). Not all power strips provide surge protection; the power strip must be specifically labeled as having this capability. Use a power strip whose manufacturer offers a damage replacement policy so you can replace the equipment if surge protection fails.

Use the appropriate and correctly sized furniture designed to properly support your monitor.

WARNING!

Monitors that are inappropriately situated on dressers, bookcases, shelves, desks, speakers, chests, or carts may fall over and cause personal injury.

NOTE: This product is suitable for entertainment purposes. Consider placing the monitor in a controlled luminous environment to avoid interference from surrounding light and bright surfaces that may cause disturbing reflections from the screen.

Important safety information 1

Product features and components

Features

This product is an Adaptive-Sync monitor, which is designed to reduce stuttering and tearing in games and videos by locking the monitor’s refresh rate to the frame rate of the graphics card.

Check with your graphics card manufacturer for compatibility with Adaptive-Sync enabled monitors.

NOTE: Adaptive refresh rates vary by display.

To enable Adaptive-Sync on the monitor, press the center of the OSD joystick on the monitor to open the onscreen display menu. Select Gaming, select Adaptive-Sync, and then select On.

The monitor features include the following:

● 62.23 cm (24.5 in) diagonal viewable area with 1920 × 1080 FHD resolution

● Tilt and height-adjustment capabilities

● Two High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) video inputs

● DisplayPort video input

● High-bandwidth Digital Content Protection (HDCP) used on all inputs

● USB hub with one upstream port and two downstream ports

● Audio-out (headset) jack

● DisplayPort and USB Type-B–to–USB Type-A cables included

● Plug and Play capability if supported by your operating system

● On-screen display (OSD) adjustments in ten languages for easy setup and screen optimization

● Frames-per-second indicator displayed on the monitor screen, adjustable using the OSD menu

● Message timer displayed on the monitor screen, adjustable using the OSD menu

● Gaming crosshair displayed on the monitor screen, adjustable using the OSD menu

● Security cable slot on the rear of the monitor for an optional security cable

● User-configurable ambient lighting with full-range LEDs

● Convenient headphone storage hook on monitor stand

● VESA mounting capability for attaching the display to a wall mount device or swing arm

NOTE: For safety and regulatory information, refer to the Product Notices provided in your documentation kit. To access the latest user guide, go to http://www.hp.com/support and follow the instructions to find your product. Then select User Guides.

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Rear components

(6)

(7)

(8)

(9)

(10)

Table 1-1 Rear components and their descriptions

Component Function

(1)

(2)

(3)

(4)

(5)

Power button

OSD joystick

Security cable slot

Audio-out jack

Turns the monitor on or off.

Opens the OSD menu, selects an item from the menu, or closes the OSD menu.

Connects an optional security cable to the monitor.

Connects optional powered stereo speakers, headphones, earbuds, a headset, or a television audio cable.

WARNING!

To reduce the risk of personal injury, adjust the source device volume before using headphones, earbuds, or a headset. For additional safety information, see the Product Notices provided in your documentation kit.

Connect USB cables to a peripheral device, such as a keyboard, mouse, or USB hard drive.

USB ports (downstream)

(2)

USB Type-B port

(upstream)

Power connector

HDMI 1 port

HDMI 2 port

DisplayPort connector

Connects the USB hub cable to a source device such as a computer or game console.

Connects an AC adapter.

Connects an HDMI cable to a source device such as a computer or game console.

Connects an HDMI cable to a source device such as a computer or game console.

Connects a DisplayPort cable to a source device such as a computer or game console.

Product features and components 3

Setting up the monitor

WARNING!

To reduce the risk of serious injury, read the Safety & Comfort Guide. It describes proper workstation setup and proper posture, health, and work habits for computer users. The Safety & Comfort

Guide also provides important electrical and mechanical safety information. The Safety & Comfort Guide is available on the Web at http://www.hp.com/ergo .

IMPORTANT: To prevent damage to the monitor, do not touch the surface of the LCD panel. Pressure on the panel may cause nonuniformity of color or disorientation of the liquid crystals. If this occurs, the screen will not recover to its normal condition.

IMPORTANT: To prevent the screen from getting scratched, defaced, or broken and prevent damage to the control buttons, position the monitor facedown on a flat surface covered with protective sheet foam or a nonabrasive cloth.

Removing the stand’s hinge blocker

The monitor is shipped with a hinge blocker that locks the monitor head in the lowest height position on the stand. You must remove the hinge blocker to adjust the height of the monitor head.

To remove the hinge blocker, gently press down the monitor head (1) and pull the hinge blocker out of the stand (2).

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Connecting the cables

NOTE: The monitor ships with select cables.

1.

Place the monitor in a convenient, well-ventilated location near the computer or source device.

2.

Before connecting the cables, route the cables through the cable management guide on the rear of the monitor.

3.

Connect a video cable.

NOTE: The monitor automatically determines which inputs have valid video signals. The inputs can also be selected by pressing the center of the OSD joystick and selecting Input.

NOTE: DisplayPort is the preferred connection type for optimal performance.

● Connect one end of a DisplayPort cable to the DisplayPort connector on the rear of the monitor and the other end to the DisplayPort connector on the source device.

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● Connect one end of an HDMI cable to the HDMI port on the rear of the monitor and the other end to the HDMI port on the source device.

4.

Connect the Type-B connector on the USB upstream cable to the USB Type-B upstream port on the rear of the monitor. Then connect the cable’s Type-A connector to the USB Type-A downstream port on the source device.

NOTE: You must connect the USB Type-B upstream cable from the source device (computer, laptop, gaming console) to the rear of the monitor to enable the USB Type-A downstream ports on the monitor.

For more information, see

Connecting USB devices on page 7 .

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5.

Connect one end of the AC power cord to the AC adapter (1) and the other end to a grounded AC outlet

(2), and then connect the AC adapter to the power connector on the monitor (3).

WARNING!

To reduce the risk of electric shock or damage to the equipment:

Do not disable the AC power cord grounding plug. The grounding plug is an important safety feature.

Plug the AC power cord into a grounded (earthed) AC outlet that is easily accessible at all times.

Disconnect power from the equipment by unplugging the AC power cord from the AC outlet.

For your safety, do not place anything on power cords or cables. Arrange them so that no one may accidentally step on or trip over them. Do not pull on a cord or cable. When unplugging the AC power cord from the AC outlet, grasp the cord by the plug.

Connecting USB devices

The rear of the monitor provides one USB Type-B upstream port and two USB Type-A downstream ports.

NOTE: You must connect the USB Type-B upstream cable from the source device to the monitor to enable the USB Type-A downstream ports on the monitor.

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Adjusting the monitor

WARNING!

To reduce the risk of serious injury, read the Safety & Comfort Guide. It describes proper workstation setup and proper posture, health, and work habits for computer users. The Safety & Comfort

Guide also provides important electrical and mechanical safety information. The Safety & Comfort Guide is available on the Web at http://www.hp.com/ergo .

1.

Tilt the monitor head forward or backward to set it to a comfortable eye level.

2.

Adjust the monitor’s height to a comfortable position for your individual workstation. The monitor’s top bezel edge should not exceed a height that is parallel to your eye height. A monitor that is positioned low and reclined may be more comfortable for users with corrective lenses. The monitor should be repositioned as you adjust your working posture throughout the work day.

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Installing a security cable

You can secure the monitor to a fixed object with an optional security cable available from HP. Use the key provided to attach and remove the lock.

Storing headphones

The monitor features a headphone hook at the top of the stand for convenient headphone storage.

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Mounting the monitor head

The monitor head can be attached to a wall, swing arm, or other mounting fixture.

IMPORTANT: This monitor supports the VESA industry-standard 100 mm mounting holes. To attach a thirdparty mounting solution to the monitor, four 4 mm, 0.7 pitch, and 10 mm–long screws are required. Longer screws may damage the monitor. It is important to verify that the manufacturer’s mounting solution is compliant with the VESA standard and is rated to support the weight of the monitor head. For best performance, use the power and video cables provided with the monitor.

NOTE: This apparatus is intended to be supported by UL– or CSA–Listed wall-mount bracket.

Removing the monitor stand

You can remove the monitor head from the stand to install the monitor head on a wall, a swing arm, or other mounting fixture.

IMPORTANT: Before beginning to disassemble the monitor, be sure that the monitor is turned off and all cables are disconnected.

1.

Disconnect and remove all cables from the monitor.

2.

Position the monitor head facedown on a flat surface covered by a clean, dry cloth.

3.

Remove the two screws on the underside of the stand’s hinge (1), and then slide the stand off the monitor head (2).

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Attaching the VESA mounting bracket

A VESA mounting bracket is included with the monitor for use when attaching the monitor head to a wall, swing arm, or other mounting fixture.

1.

Remove the monitor stand. See Removing the monitor stand on page 10

.

2.

Insert the VESA mounting bracket into the slot on the back of the monitor head’s hinge (1), and then install the two screws (2) to secure the bracket.

3.

To attach the monitor head to a swing arm or other mounting device, insert four mounting screws through the holes on the mounting device and into the screw holes on the VESA mounting bracket.

IMPORTANT: Follow the mounting device manufacturer’s instructions when mounting the monitor to a wall or swing arm.

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Turning on the monitor

1.

Press the power button on the source device to turn it on.

2.

Press the power button on the rear of the monitor to turn it on.

IMPORTANT: Burn-in image damage may occur on monitors that display the same static image on the screen for 12 or more consecutive hours of nonuse. To avoid burn-in image damage on the monitor screen, you should always activate a screen saver application or turn off the monitor when it will not be in use for a prolonged period of time. Image retention is a condition that may occur on all LCD screens. A burned-in image on the monitor is not covered under the HP warranty.

NOTE: You can disable the power light in the OSD menu. Press the center of the OSD joystick, and then select Power. Select Power LED, and then select Off.

NOTE: If pressing the power button to turn the monitor off has no effect, the Power Button Lockout feature may be enabled. To disable this feature, press and hold the monitor power button for 10 seconds.

When the monitor is turned on, a monitor status message displays for five seconds. The message shows which input is the current active signal, the status of the auto-switch input setting (On or Off; default is On), the current detected display resolution, and the recommended preset display resolution.

The monitor automatically scans the signal inputs for the last active input, or in case of a no signal condition, the first detected active input for the monitor.

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2 Using the monitor

Downloading the monitor driver

You can download and install the monitor INF (Information) driver file from http://www.hp.com/support .

1.

Go to http://www.hp.com/support .

2.

Select Software and Drivers.

3.

Select your product type.

4.

Enter your HP monitor model in the search field and follow the on-screen instructions.

This monitor is Windows Plug and Play–compatible and the monitor will work correctly without installing the

INF file. Monitor Plug and Play compatibility requires that the computer’s graphics card is VESA DDC2– compliant and that the monitor connects directly to the graphics card. Plug and Play does not work through separate BNC-type connectors or through distribution buffers/boxes.

Using the OSD menu

Use the OSD menu to adjust the monitor screen image based on your preferences. You can access and make adjustments in the OSD menu using the OSD joystick on the monitor's rear panel.

To access the OSD menu and make adjustments, do the following:

1.

If the monitor is not already on, press the power button to turn on the monitor.

2.

To access the OSD menu, press the center of the OSD joystick.

3.

Move the joystick up, down, left, or right to navigate menu choices. Press the center of the joystick to make a selection.

The following table lists the menu selections in the OSD main menu.

Table 2-1 OSD main menu options and their descriptions

Main menu

Gaming

Image

Color

Input

Power

Menu

Management

Information

Exit

Description

Selects and adjusts gaming preferences, such as Adaptive-Sync, response time, frame rate, message timers, crosshair, ambient lighting, and multi-monitor align.

Adjusts the screen image, including brightness, contrast, dynamic contrast, gamma, sharpness, and image scaling.

Provides a variety of color presets that configure the monitor for different viewing situations.

Selects the video input signal (DisplayPort or HDMI).

Adjusts the power settings.

Adjusts the OSD menu controls.

Returns all OSD menu settings to the factory default settings.

Displays important information about the monitor.

Exits the OSD menu screen.

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Display Mode

The display mode of the monitor is reported in the monitor status message that appears when the monitor is turned on and when the video input is changed. The current display mode is shown in the Information menu window and at the bottom of the OSD’s main menu in the status bar area. Modes of operation are Normal and

Adaptive-Sync.

To turn on the Adaptive-Sync mode:

1.

Press the center of the OSD joystick to open the OSD.

2.

In the OSD select Gaming.

3.

Select Adaptive-Sync, and then select On.

NOTE: The Adaptive-Sync menu default setting is On.

Using Auto-Sleep Mode

The monitor supports an OSD menu option called Auto-Sleep Mode that allows you to enable or disable a reduced power state for the monitor. When Auto-Sleep Mode is enabled (enabled by default), the monitor enters a reduced power state when the computer signals low power mode (absence of either horizontal or vertical sync signal).

Upon entering this reduced power state (sleep mode), the monitor screen is blanked, the backlight is turned off, and the power light turns amber. The monitor draws less than 0.5 W of power when in this reduced power state. The monitor wakes from sleep mode when the computer sends an active signal to the monitor (for example, if you activate the mouse or keyboard).

To disable Auto-Sleep Mode in the OSD:

1.

Press the center of the OSD joystick to open the OSD.

2.

In the OSD, select Power.

3.

Select Auto-Sleep Mode, and then select Off.

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Using the Sleep Timer

The Sleep Timer menu is used to program the monitor to enter and exit the reduced power/sleep state at predetermined user-selectable times. For example, you can set the monitor to automatically enter sleep mode at 5 p.m. and then automatically wake from sleep mode at 8 a.m. When the monitor is in sleep mode, the power light blinks amber.

To use the Sleep Timer:

1.

Press the center of the OSD joystick to open the OSD.

2.

Select Power.

3.

Select Sleep Timer, and then select On.

4.

Set the times you want the monitor to enter into sleep mode and wake from sleep mode.

NOTE: The Sleep Timer is disabled if the Power-Off Timer is active.

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Using the Power-Off Timer

The Power-Off Timer menu is used to program the monitor to automatically turn off at a predetermined userselectable time. For example, you can manually turn on the monitor in the morning and configure the Power-

Off Timer to automatically turn off the monitor at 6 p.m. in the evening.

To turn on the Power-Off Timer:

1.

Press the center of the OSD joystick to open the OSD.

2.

In the OSD, select Power.

3.

Select Power-Off Timer, and then select On.

4.

Set the time you want the monitor to turn off.

NOTE: The Power-Off Timer is disabled if Sleep Timer is active.

Using the ambient light

The monitor features an ambient light to illuminate a desktop or wall and enhance the gaming experience.

You can adjust the color and brightness of the ambient light or turn it off in the OSD menu or OMEN Command

Center.

To adjust the ambient lighting:

1.

Press the center of the OSD joystick to open the OSD.

2.

In the OSD, select Gaming, and then select Ambient Lighting.

3.

Select a setting:

Off: Turns off the ambient lighting.

Task Light: Emulates an adjustable white desk light for better reading or viewing.

Fade: Slowly fades in and out from one color to another.

Static Color: Sets ambient light colors to red, green, blue, yellow, purple, cyan, orange, or custom.

Random Color: Randomly cycles ambient light color through the static colors.

LED Brightness: Adjusts the ambient lighting brightness.

NOTE: Ambient lighting is set to On (Omen Red) by default.

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Selecting a faster response time for gaming

To set a faster response time:

1.

Press the center of the OSD joystick to open the OSD menu.

2.

Select Gaming and then select Response Time.

3.

Cycle through the adjustment levels to increase or decrease response time.

NOTE: The default response time setting is optimized for gaming purposes. All performance specifications represent the typical specifications provided by HP’s component manufacturers; actual performance may vary either higher or lower.

Adjusting blue light output

Decreasing the blue light emitted by the display reduces the blue light exposure to your eyes. HP monitors provide settings to reduce the blue light output and create a more relaxing and less stimulating image while you view content on the screen.

To adjust your monitor to a comfortable viewing light:

1.

Press the center of the OSD joystick to open the OSD.

2.

Select Color.

3.

Select Low Blue Light (TUV certified) for improved eye comfort.

Using HP Enhance+

The HP Enhance+ color submenu/preset adds an additional level of detail (sharpness and contrast) to static images and motion video to enhance their appearance. The three user-selectable options are Low, Medium, and High. The default is Medium.

To turn on HP Enhance+:

1.

Press the center of the OSD joystick to open the OSD.

2.

Select HP Enhance+.

3.

Select either Low, Medium, or High.

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Using RGB Gain Control

The RGB Gain Control can be used to manually adjust the color temperature of any color preset, making all color presets adjustable user modes. Adjustments are stored separately for each color preset.

To adjust the color temperature:

1.

Press the center of the OSD joystick to open the OSD.

2.

Select Color.

3.

Select RGB Gain Control.

4.

Select either Red Color ADJ SCALE GRAPHIC, Green Color ADJ SCALE GRAPHIC, or Blue Color ADJ SCALE

GRAPHIC.

NOTE: Exiting the menu will auto-save the RGB color settings.

Viewing the Frame Rate

Turning on the Frame Rate function allows you to view the current active input frames per second (FPS) in a number that will appear in one section on the screen. There are Color and Location submenus to select FPS text colors and screen locations.

To view the FPS on the screen:

1.

Press the center of the OSD joystick to open the OSD.

2.

Select Gaming.

3.

Select Frame Rate, and then select On.

4.

Set the color and location of the FPS displayed on the screen.

NOTE: Frame Rate and Message Timer OSD functions share the same color and location settings.

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Using Message Timers

The Message Timers menu presents two types of timers that display preset reminder/information messages.

The timer menu will have an On/Off option and Start, Stop, and Reset controls. Selecting On shows the current selected timer value at the current selected location of the screen. The default is the top right corner.

The on-screen timer format will initially show minutes and seconds (0:00) but will display hours as time progresses. There are two different message timer options, but only one timer (Speedrun or Countdown) at a time can be chosen. Options for both timers include the color of the timer numbers and the location of the timer on the screen.

To use the message timers:

1.

Press the center of the OSD joystick to open the OSD.

2.

In the OSD, select Gaming.

3.

Select and adjust the timers using the options described below.

Speedrun Timer: This is a progress timer showing minutes and seconds (0:00). It starts at zero and continues to 24 hours. Once the timer reaches the 24-hour limit, a 20-second message will appear informing you that the timer has expired. This timer allows you to track the amount of time you’ve spent in a game or performing a specific task.

Countdown Timer: You can use the adjustment bar to choose a start time between one and five minutes in single-minute increments and then between 5 and 120 minutes in 5-minute increments. The timer counts down to 0:00 and then shows a message for 20 seconds in the center of the screen. The Message submenu allows you to select the exact message that will appear on the screen. The default value for the countdown timer is 20 minutes.

Start: Starts the selected timer.

Stop: Pauses or stops the timer but does not reset the timer. Selecting the Start option again continues the timer counter.

Reset: Resets the timer counter to the selected start value.

Message: Allows you to select the on-screen message that appears when the selected timer expires. The following messages can be selected:

– Your Gaming Timer has Expired!

– Please Stop Playing the Game!

– Please Take a Break!

– Please Shutdown the Computer!

To set the message timer as a hot key:

1.

Press the center of the OSD joystick to open the OSD.

2.

In the OSD, select Menu.

3.

Select Message Timer for the button you want to use for the hot key.

4.

Use the hot key to cycle between Start, Stop, and Restart.

The following conditions are in effect when using the Message Timer hot key:

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● If the Crosshair option is active, pressing the Message Timer hot key will turn on the selected Message

Timer and turn off Crosshair.

● If the FPS option is active, pressing the Message Timer hot key will turn on the selected Message Timer and turn off FPS.

● If the Message Timer is active, and either FPS or Crosshair is activated, then the Message Timer is hidden but continues to run in the background.

Using the Crosshair feature

The Crosshair menu allows you to customize various characteristics of a monitor-controlled OSD pointer through the submenus listed below. To use the Crosshair option:

1.

Press the center of the OSD joystick to open the OSD.

2.

In the OSD, select Gaming.

3.

Select Crosshair, and then select On.

4.

Configure the Crosshair using the submenus listed below.

Configure: Select individual graphics parts that make up an on-screen crosshair/pointer by selecting the check boxes next to the options you want to display. Multiple options can be combined to form your own customized Crosshair. A preview window will be displayed at the bottom of the Crosshair OSD menu.

Color: Allows you to select the Crosshair color on the screen.

Location: Allows you to select the Crosshair location on the screen.

NOTE: The Crosshair will not appear on the screen until the OSD menu is closed.

Using Multi-Monitor Align

The Multi-Monitor Align OSD option displays a full-screen alignment pattern that will assist you in setting up multiple monitors side by side. Selecting this option exits the OSD and displays the full screen alignment pattern.

To use Multi-Monitor Align:

1.

Press the center of the OSD joystick to open the OSD.

2.

In the OSD, select Gaming.

3.

Select Multi-Monitor Align, and then select On.

4.

Press the center joystick button exit the pattern.

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3 Support and troubleshooting

Solving common issues

The following table lists possible issues, the possible cause of each issue, and the recommended solutions.

Table 3-1 Common issues and solutions

Issue

Screen is blank or video is flashing.

Possible cause

AC power cord is disconnected.

Solution

Connect the AC power cord.

Image appears too dark.

Image appears blurred or indistinct.

“Input Signal Not Found” is displayed on the screen.

Monitor is off.

Video cable is not connected.

System is in sleep mode.

Video card is incompatible.

Brightness setting is too low.

Sharpness needs to be adjusted.

Video cable is disconnected.

Press the monitor power button.

Connect a video cable between the source device and monitor.

Be sure that the computer power is off while you connect the video cable. See

Connecting the cables on page 5

for more information.

Press any key on the keyboard or move the mouse to exit sleep mode.

Replace the video card or connect the video cable to one of the computer’s onboard video sources.

Open the OSD menu. Select Image and then select Brightness to adjust the brightness scale as needed.

Verify that the monitor is at the optimum recommended resolution and then if needed, adjust the Sharpness control in the monitor Image menu.

Connect a video cable between the source device and monitor.

Be sure that the computer power is off while you connect the video cable. See

Connecting the cables on page 5

for more information.

Change the settings to a supported setting (see

Preset display resolutions on page 25 ).

“Input Signal Out of Range” is displayed on the screen.

Video resolution and/or refresh rate are set higher than the monitor supports.

The monitor did not enter into a low-power sleep mode.

“On-screen Menus are

Locked” is displayed on the screen.

“Power Button is Locked” is displayed on the screen.

The monitor's Auto-Sleep Mode is disabled.

The monitor's OSD Lockout function is enabled.

The monitor's Power Button Lockout feature is enabled.

Open the OSD menu. Select Auto-Sleep Mode, and then select

On.

While the monitor is on, hold the center of the OSD joystick down for 10 seconds to turn OSD Lockout on or off.

Press and hold the power button for 10 seconds to unlock the power button function.

Button lockouts

Holding down the power button or the center of the OSD joystick for ten seconds will lock out the functionality of the controls. You can restore the functionality by repeating the action. This functionality is available only when the monitor is on, an active signal is displayed, and the OSD menu is closed.

Solving common issues 21

Contacting support

To resolve a hardware or software issue, go to http://www.hp.com/support . Use this site to get more information about your product, including links to discussion forums and instructions on troubleshooting. You can also find information about how to contact HP and open a support case.

Preparing to call technical support

If you cannot solve an issue using the troubleshooting tips in this section, you may need to call technical support. Have the following information available when you call:

● Monitor model number

● Monitor serial number

● Purchase date on invoice

● Conditions under which the issue occurred

● Error messages received

● Hardware configuration

● Name and version of the hardware and software you are using

Locating the serial number and product number

The serial number and product number are located on a label on the bottom edge of the monitor head. You may need these numbers when contacting HP about the monitor model.

22 Chapter 3 Support and troubleshooting

4 Maintaining the monitor

Maintenance guidelines

To enhance the performance and extend the life of the monitor:

● Do not open the monitor cabinet or attempt to service this product yourself. Adjust only those controls that are covered in the operating instructions. If the monitor is not operating properly or has been dropped or damaged, contact an authorized HP dealer, reseller, or service provider.

● Use only a power source and connection appropriate for this monitor, as indicated on the label/back plate of the monitor.

● Be sure that the total ampere rating of the products connected to the AC outlet does not exceed the current rating of the AC outlet and that the total ampere rating of the products connected to the cord does not exceed the rating of the cord. Look on the power label to determine the ampere rating (AMPS or A) for each device.

● Install the monitor near an AC outlet that you can easily reach. Disconnect the monitor by grasping the plug firmly and pulling it from the AC outlet. Never disconnect the monitor by pulling the cord.

● Turn the monitor off when it is not in use and use a screen saver program. Doing this can substantially increase the life expectancy of the monitor.

NOTE: A burned-in image on the monitor is not covered under the HP warranty.

● Never block the slots and openings of the cabinet or push objects into them. These openings provide ventilation.

● Do not drop the monitor or place it on an unstable surface.

● Do not allow anything to rest on the AC power cord. Do not walk on the cord.

● Keep the monitor in a well-ventilated area, away from excessive light, heat, or moisture.

Cleaning the monitor

1.

Turn off the monitor and unplug the AC power cord from the AC outlet.

2.

Disconnect any external devices.

3.

Dust the monitor by wiping the screen and the cabinet with a soft, clean antistatic cloth.

4.

For more difficult cleaning situations, use a 50/50 mix of water and Isopropyl alcohol.

IMPORTANT: Do not use cleaners that contain any petroleum-based materials such as benzene, thinner, or any volatile substance to clean the monitor screen or cabinet. These chemicals may damage the monitor.

IMPORTANT: Spray the cleaner onto a cloth and use the damp cloth to gently wipe the screen surface. Never spray the cleaner directly on the screen surface. It may run behind the bezel and damage the electronics. The cloth should be moist, but not wet. Water dripping into the ventilation openings or other points of entry can cause damage to the monitor. Allow the monitor to air-dry before use.

Shipping the monitor

Keep the original packing box in a storage area. You may need it later if you ship the monitor or move.

Maintenance guidelines 23

A Technical specifications

NOTE: All specifications represent the typical specifications provided by HP's component manufacturers; actual performance may vary either higher or lower.

For the latest specifications or additional specifications on this product, go to http://www.hp.com/go/ quickspecs/ and search for your specific model to find the model-specific QuickSpecs.

Table A-1 Technical specifications

Specification

Display, wide-screen

Panel type

Viewable image size

Tilt

Height adjustment

Weight (with stand)

Dimensions (including stand)

Height

Depth

Width

Maximum graphic resolution

Optimum graphic resolution

Static contrast ratio

Dynamic contrast ratio

Dot pitch

Pixels per inch

Horizontal scan rate

Vertical scan rate

Response time

Measurement

62.23 cm

TN LCD

62.23 cm, diagonal

-5° to 23°

0 mm to 130 mm

5.51 kg

48.96 cm

27.25 cm

55.75 cm

1920 × 1080 @ 240 Hz

1920 × 1080 @ 60 Hz

1000:1 typical

12,000,000:1

0.283 (H) mm × 0.280 (V) mm

89.7 PPI

30–255 kHz

48–240 Hz

The default response time for the monitor is 3 ms. The response time can be adjusted to as fast as 1 ms in the display menu. All performance specifications represent the typical specifications provided by HP’s component manufacturers; actual performance may vary either higher or lower.

24.5 in

24.5 in, diagonal

0 in to 5.12 in

12.15 lb

19.28 in

10.73 in

21.95 in

Environmental requirements

Temperature

Operating temperature

Non–operating temperature

Relative humidity

5°C to 35°C

-34°C to 60°C

20% to 80%

41°F to 95°F

-29°F to 140°F

24 Appendix A Technical specifications

Table A-1 Technical specifications (continued)

Specification Measurement

Altitude

Operating

Storage

Power source

Measured power consumption

Full power

Typical settings

Sleep

Off

Power adapter

Input terminals

0 m to 5,000 m

0 m to 12,192 m

100 V ac to 240 V ac 50/60 Hz

65 W

30 W

< = 0.5 W

< = 0.5 W

65 W

Two HDMI ports and one DisplayPort connector

0 ft to 16,400 ft

0 ft to 40,000 ft

Preset display resolutions

The display resolutions listed below are the most commonly used modes and are set as defaults. The monitor automatically recognizes these preset modes, and they will appear properly sized and centered on the screen.

Table A-2 Preset display resolutions

Preset display resolutions

640 × 480 @ 60 Hz

720 × 480 @ 60 Hz

800 × 600 @ 60 Hz

1024 × 768 @ 60 Hz

1280 × 720 @ 60 Hz

1280 × 800 @ 60 Hz

1280 × 1024 @ 60 Hz

1440 × 900 @ 60 Hz

1600 × 900 @ 60 Hz

1680 × 1050 @ 60 Hz

1920 × 1080 @ 60 Hz

1920 × 1080 @ 75 Hz

1920 × 1080 @ 85 Hz

1920 × 1080 @ 100 Hz

1920 × 1080 @ 120 Hz

1920 × 1080 @ 144 Hz

Preset display resolutions 25

Table A-2 Preset display resolutions (continued)

Preset display resolutions

1920 × 1080 @ 160 Hz

1920 × 1080 @ 200 Hz

1920 × 1080 @ 240 Hz

Entering user modes

Under the following conditions, the video controller signal may occasionally call for a mode that is not preset:

● You are not using a standard graphics adapter.

● You are not using a preset mode.

If this occurs, you may need to readjust the parameters of the monitor screen by using the OSD. Your changes can be made to any or all of these modes and saved in memory. The monitor automatically stores the new setting, and then recognizes the new mode just as it does a preset mode. In addition to the factory preset modes, at least eight user modes can be entered and stored.

26 Appendix A Technical specifications

B Accessibility

Accessibility

HP is working to weave diversity, inclusion and work/life into the fabric of our company, so it is reflected in everything we do. Here are some examples of how we are putting differences to work to create an inclusive environment focused on connecting people to the power of technology throughout the world.

Finding the technology tools you need

Technology can unleash your human potential. Assistive technology removes barriers and helps you create independence at home, at work, and in the community. Assistive technology helps increase, maintain, and improve the functional capabilities of electronic and information technology. For more information, see

Finding the best assistive technology on page 28 .

Our commitment

HP is committed to providing products and services that are accessible for people with disabilities. This commitment supports our company's diversity objectives and helps us ensure that the benefits of technology are available to all.

Our accessibility goal is to design, produce, and market products and services that can be effectively used by everyone, including people with disabilities, either on a stand-alone basis or with appropriate assistive devices.

To achieve our goal, this Accessibility Policy establishes seven key objectives to guide our actions as a company. All HP managers and employees are expected to support these objectives and their implementation in accordance with their roles and responsibilities:

● Raise the level of awareness of accessibility issues within our company, and provide our employees with the training they need to design, produce, market, and deliver accessible products and services.

● Develop accessibility guidelines for products and services, and hold product development groups accountable for implementing these guidelines where competitively, technically, and economically feasible.

● Involve people with disabilities in the development of accessibility guidelines, and in the design and testing of products and services.

● Document accessibility features and make information about our products and services publicly available in an accessible form.

● Establish relationships with leading assistive technology and solution providers.

● Support internal and external research and development that will improve assistive technology relevant to our products and services.

● Support and contribute to industry standards and guidelines for accessibility.

International Association of Accessibility Professionals (IAAP)

IAAP is a not-for-profit association focused on advancing the accessibility profession through networking, education, and certification. The objective is to help accessibility professionals develop and advance their careers and to better enable organizations to integrate accessibility into their products and infrastructure.

Accessibility 27

HP is a founding member, and we joined to participate with other organizations to advance the field of accessibility. This commitment supports our company’s accessibility goal of designing, producing, and marketing products and services that can be effectively used by people with disabilities.

IAAP will make our profession strong by globally connecting individuals, students, and organizations to learn from one another. If you are interested in learning more, go to http://www.accessibilityassociation.org

to join the online community, sign up for newsletters, and learn about membership options.

Finding the best assistive technology

Everyone, including people with disabilities or age-related limitations, should be able to communicate, express themselves, and connect with the world using technology. HP is committed to increasing accessibility awareness within HP and with our customers and partners. Whether it’s large fonts that are easy on the eyes, voice recognition that lets you give your hands a rest, or any other assistive technology to help with your specific situation—a variety of assistive technologies make HP products easier to use. How do you choose?

Assessing your needs

Technology can unleash your potential. Assistive technology removes barriers and helps you create independence at home, at work, and in the community. Assistive technology (AT) helps increase, maintain, and improve the functional capabilities of electronic and information technology.

You may choose from many AT products. Your AT assessment should allow you to evaluate several products, answer your questions, and facilitate your selection of the best solution for your situation. You will find that professionals qualified to do AT assessments come from many fields, including those licensed or certified in physical therapy, occupational therapy, speech/language pathology, and other areas of expertise. Others, while not certified or licensed, may also provide evaluation information. You will want to ask about the individual's experience, expertise, and fees to determine if they are appropriate for your needs.

Accessibility for HP products

The following links provide information about accessibility features and assistive technology, if applicable, included in various HP products. These resources will help you select the specific assistive technology features and product(s) most appropriate for your situation.

● HP Elite x3–Accessibility Options (Windows 10 Mobile)

● HP PCs–Windows 7 Accessibility Options

● HP PCs–Windows 8 Accessibility Options

● HP PC’s–Windows 10 Accessibility Options

● HP Slate 7 Tablets–Enabling Accessibility Features on Your HP Tablet (Android 4.1/Jelly Bean)

● HP SlateBook PCs–Enabling Accessibility Features (Android 4.3, 4.2/Jelly Bean)

● HP Chromebook PCs–Enabling Accessibility Features on Your HP Chromebook or Chromebox (Chrome

OS)

● HP Shopping–peripherals for HP products

If you need additional support with the accessibility features on your HP product, see Contacting support on page 33 .

Additional links to external partners and suppliers that may provide additional assistance:

● Microsoft Accessibility information (Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10, Microsoft Office)

● Google Products accessibility information (Android, Chrome, Google Apps)

28 Appendix B Accessibility

● Assistive Technologies sorted by impairment type

● Assistive Technologies sorted by product type

● Assistive Technology vendors with product descriptions

● Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA)

Standards and legislation

Standards

Section 508 of the Federal Acquisition Regulation (FAR) standards was created by the US Access Board to address access to information and communication technology (ICT) for people with physical, sensory, or cognitive disabilities. The standards contain technical criteria specific to various types of technologies, as well as performance-based requirements which focus on functional capabilities of covered products. Specific criteria cover software applications and operating systems, web-based information and applications, computers, telecommunications products, video and multi-media, and self-contained closed products.

Mandate 376 – EN 301 549

The EN 301 549 standard was created by the European Union within Mandate 376 as the basis for an online toolkit for public procurement of ICT products. The standard specifies the functional accessibility requirements applicable to ICT products and services, together with a description of the test procedures and evaluation methodology for each accessibility requirement.

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG)

Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) from the W3C's Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) helps web designers and developers create sites that better meet the needs of people with disabilities or age-related limitations. WCAG advances accessibility across the full range of web content (text, images, audio, and video) and web applications. WCAG can be precisely tested, is easy to understand and use, and allows web developers flexibility for innovation. WCAG 2.0 has also been approved as ISO/IEC 40500:2012.

WCAG specifically addresses barriers to accessing the web experienced by people with visual, auditory, physical, cognitive, and neurological disabilities, and by older web users with accessibility needs. WCAG 2.0 provides characteristics of accessible content:

Perceivable (for instance, by addressing text alternatives for images, captions for audio, adaptability of presentation, and color contrast)

Operable (by addressing keyboard access, color contrast, timing of input, seizure avoidance, and navigability)

Understandable (by addressing readability, predictability, and input assistance)

Robust (for instance, by addressing compatibility with assistive technologies)

Legislation and regulations

Accessibility of IT and information has become an area of increasing legislative importance. This section provides links to information about key legislation, regulations, and standards.

● United States

● Canada

● Europe

Standards and legislation 29

United States

Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act specifies that agencies must identify which standards apply to the procurement of ICT, perform market research to determine the availability of accessible products and services, and document the results of their market research. The following resources provide assistance in meeting Section 508 requirements:

● www.section508.gov

● Buy Accessible

The U.S. Access Board is currently updating the Section 508 standards. This effort will address new technologies and other areas where the standards need to be modified. For more information, go to Section

508 Refresh .

Section 255 of the Telecommunications Act requires telecommunications products and services to be accessible to people with disabilities. FCC rules cover all hardware and software telephone network equipment and telecommunications equipment used in the home or office. Such equipment includes telephones, wireless handsets, fax machines, answering machines, and pagers. FCC rules also cover basic and special telecommunications services, including regular telephone calls, call waiting, speed dialing, call forwarding, computer-provided directory assistance, call monitoring, caller identification, call tracing, and repeat dialing, as well as voice mail and interactive voice response systems that provide callers with menus of choices. For more information, go to Federal Communication Commission Section 255 information .

21st Century Communications and Video Accessibility Act (CVAA)

The CVAA updates federal communications law to increase the access of persons with disabilities to modern communications, updating accessibility laws enacted in the 1980s and 1990s to include new digital, broadband, and mobile innovations. Regulations are enforced by the FCC and documented as 47 CFR Part 14 and Part 79.

● FCC Guide on the CVAA

Other U.S. legislation and initiatives

● Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Telecommunications Act, the Rehabilitation Act and others

Canada

● United Kingdom

● Australia

● Worldwide

The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act was established to develop and implement accessibility standards to make goods, services, and facilities accessible to Ontarians with disabilities and to provide for the involvement of persons with disabilities in the development of the accessibility standards. The first standard of the AODA is the customer service standard; however, standards for transportation, employment, and information and communication are also being developed. The AODA applies to the Government of

Ontario, the Legislative Assembly, every designated public sector organization, and to every other person or organization that provides goods, services, or facilities to the public or other third parties and that has at least one employee in Ontario; and accessibility measures must be implemented on or before January 1,

2025. For more information, go to Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act (AODA) .

30 Appendix B Accessibility

Europe

EU Mandate 376 ETSI Technical Report ETSI DTR 102 612: "Human Factors (HF); European accessibility requirements for public procurement of products and services in the ICT domain (European Commission

Mandate M 376, Phase 1)" has been released.

Background: The three European Standardization Organizations have set up two parallel project teams to carry out the work specified in the European Commission "Mandate 376 to CEN, CENELEC and ETSI, in Support of Accessibility Requirements for Public Procurement of Products and Services in the ICT Domain."

ETSI TC Human Factors Specialist Task Force 333 has developed ETSI DTR 102 612. Further details about the work performed by STF333 (e.g., Terms of Reference, specification of the detailed work tasks, time plan for the work, previous drafts, listing of comments received and means to contact the task force) can be found at the Special Task Force 333 .

The parts relating to the assessment of suitable testing and conformity schemes were carried out by a parallel project, detailed in CEN BT/WG185/PT. For further information, go to the CEN project team website.

The two projects are closely coordinated.

● CEN project team

● European Commission mandate for e-accessibility (PDF 46KB)

United Kingdom

The Disability Discrimination Act of 1995 (DDA) was enacted to ensure that websites are accessible to blind and disabled users in the United Kingdom.

● W3C UK Policies

Australia

The Australian government has announced their plan to implement Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.0

.

All Australian government websites will require Level A compliance by 2012, and Double A by 2015. The new standard replaces WCAG 1.0, which was introduced as a mandated requirement for agencies in 2000.

Worldwide

● JTC1 Special Working Group on Accessibility (SWG-A)

● G3ict: The Global Initiative for Inclusive ICT

● Italian accessibility legislation

● W3C Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI)

Standards and legislation 31

Useful accessibility resources and links

The following organizations may be good resources for information about disabilities and age-related limitations.

NOTE: This is not an exhaustive list. These organizations are provided for informational purposes only. HP assumes no responsibility for information or contacts you may encounter on the Internet. Listing on this page does not imply endorsement by HP.

Organizations

● American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD)

● The Association of Assistive Technology Act Programs (ATAP)

● Hearing Loss Association of America (HLAA)

● Information Technology Technical Assistance and Training Center (ITTATC)

● Lighthouse International

● National Association of the Deaf

● National Federation of the Blind

● Rehabilitation Engineering & Assistive Technology Society of North America (RESNA)

● Telecommunications for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Inc. (TDI)

● W3C Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI)

Educational institutions

● California State University, Northridge, Center on Disabilities (CSUN)

● University of Wisconsin - Madison, Trace Center

● University of Minnesota computer accommodations program

Other disability resources

● ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) Technical Assistance Program

● Business & Disability network

● EnableMart

● European Disability Forum

● Job Accommodation Network

● Microsoft Enable

● U.S. Department of Justice - A Guide to disability rights Laws

HP links

Our contact webform

HP comfort and safety guide

HP public sector sales

32 Appendix B Accessibility

Contacting support

NOTE: Support is in English only.

● Customers who are deaf or hard of hearing that have questions about technical support or accessibility of HP products:

– Use TRS/VRS/WebCapTel to call (877) 656-7058 Monday through Friday, 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mountain

Time.

● Customers with other disabilities or age-related limitations who have questions about technical support or accessibility of HP products, choose one of the following options:

– Call (888) 259-5707 Monday through Friday, 6 a.m. to 9 p.m. Mountain Time.

– Complete the Contact form for people with disabilities or age-related limitations .

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Key Features

  • 240Hz refresh rate
  • Adaptive-Sync technology
  • Fast response time
  • OSD menu
  • USB hub
  • Headphone storage
  • VESA mounting

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Frequently Answers and Questions

How do I enable Adaptive-Sync on the HP OMEN X 25f 240Hz Gaming Display?
Press the center of the OSD joystick on the monitor to open the on-screen display menu. Select Gaming, select Adaptive-Sync, and then select On.
What are the available video inputs on the HP OMEN X 25f 240Hz Gaming Display?
The monitor has two HDMI ports and one DisplayPort connector.
Can I adjust the monitor's height?
Yes, the monitor offers height adjustment capabilities.
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