I have a Center Stage clone on one of my HP monitors.


HP’s upcoming 23.8-inch Z24m monitor It’s aimed at creative professionals, and, like Apple’s center stage feature on the Studio Display and some iPads, it comes with a webcam that tracks your movement to stay in the frame during video calls ( Ars Technica). The Z24m’s 5MP tiltable webcam sits on top of the monitor. Ars Technica Point out that the focus should be on you, even if others are in the background of the scene.

An HP spokesperson also said: Ars Technica You can adjust your webcam settings for faster tracking. You cannot remove the webcam from the monitor, but you can hide it from view by pressing down. The Z24m also has dual noise-canceling microphones and dual speakers, eliminating the need for external headphones and microphones. As for the display itself, the Z24m has an IPS panel with 2560 x 1440 resolution, a fairly fast 90Hz refresh rate, 5ms response time, and HDR support.

monitor from hp Auto lock and wake function too. This feature uses the built-in proximity sensor rather than the webcam to detect when you are in front of the screen. When this feature is enabled, the monitor will automatically lock when you are away and turn back on when you return.

HP’s webcam tracking Apple’s Center Stage, uses machine learning techniques to help keep you (and anyone else in the frame with you) centered on the screen. The 27-inch Studio Display features the iPhone 11’s A13 Bionic chip, which specifically supports the Center Stage feature of the 12MP webcam. However, there were some issues with the image quality of the webcam. Apple has pushed a software update to address this issue, but it hasn’t been fully fixed yet.

The Z24m is expected to launch in July and there is no pricing information yet. HP will also launch the Z24q this month for $347. The Z24q is a monitor with very similar specs but no video conferencing capabilities. If that’s what the Z24m is priced in, it’ll sit well below the Studio Display’s $1,599 price tag and potentially exist as a cheaper alternative.

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