HP’s Z24m monitor features a pop-up webcam, noise-cancelling mics and supports HP Presence

What do you want to know

  • HP has just announced the Z24m and Z24q monitors.
  • The Z24m has a pop-up camera for video calls, while the Z24q does not.
  • The HP Z24q is expected in May with a starting price of $374.
  • The HP Z23m is expected to ship in June, but it doesn’t have pricing details available at this time.

HP has just announced two new monitors, the Z24m and Z24q. Both devices feature 23.8-inch QHD displays with 90Hz refresh rates. The main difference between the monitors is that the Z24m has a pop-up camera and other features for video conferencing, but not the Z24q.

HP designed the Z24 with virtual communication in mind. It has a 5MP pop-up camera, two noise-canceling microphones and two speakers. It also supports HP Presence and includes Auto Lock and Awake, thanks to a proximity sensor. Our Cale Hunt wrote a full breakdown of human presence detection, which is a handy resource for catching up on if you haven’t used the feature before.

The specifications of both monitors are largely the same, apart from the fact that the Z24m has conferencing features while the Z24q does not. HP’s spec charts for monitors also show a difference in port selection.

Category HP Z24m G3 HP Z24q G3
Cut 23.8″ (60.45cm) 23.8″ (60.45cm)
Resolution QHD (2560×1440) QHD (2560×1440)
aspect ratio 16:9 16:9
Brightness 400nits 400nits
Contrast ratio 1000:1 1000:1
Refresh rate 90Hz 90Hz
Response rate 5ms 5ms
Ports USB Type-C
SuperSpeed ​​USB Type-C
DisplayPort 1.4
4 SuperSpeed ​​USB Type-A 5 Gbps Signaling Rates
DisplayPort 1.4
4 SuperSpeed ​​USB Type-A 5 Gbps Signaling Rates
Camera 5MP Windows Hello Nope
Microphone noise cancellation Nope
Speakers 2 Nope
VESA compatibility Yes Yes

To get the most out of HP’s new monitors, it’s worth checking out the HP Thunderbolt G4 Docking Station that the company also announced today. The dock has 11 ports, security features, and scored positively in our review.

HP also unveiled several laptops and PCs today, including the ZBook Fury 16 G9 and the ZBook Studio G9.

Edward N. Arrington