The smaller of two new HP productivity monitors that are designed for use in teleconferencing and video conversations is the HP 23.8-Inch IPS E24mv G4 169L0AA Monitor ($399.99). In comparison to its sister, the HP E27m G4 QHD USB-C Conferencing Monitor, it is smaller and has a lesser resolution.
Many chat-friendly features ensure that you will look and sound your best and hear your fellow participants clearly, beginning with its pop-up, tilt-adjustable webcam. With the addition of videoconferencing features, it is essentially a USB-C docking-station display, similar to the Editors’ Choice Award-winning HP E24d G4 FHD Advanced Docking Monitor. This makes it a good option for remote work from a packed desk.
The HP 23.8-Inch IPS E24mv G4 169L0AA Monitor allows you to hold a 1080p Full HD video conference with coworkers. A built-in, tilt-adjustable, pop-up 5MP webcam on this display captures clear images even in dim lighting so you always appear professional when making calls.
Its display has four ergonomic adjustment points to help you stay comfortable while working all day. With four USB Type-A ports, connectors for VGA, DisplayPort, and HDMI, you may connect a variety of devices, including external hard drives or flash drives, to make sure you have everything you need to finish the work. Moreover, the HP Eye Ease with TUV Rheinland Low Blue Light Certification minimizes blue light without affecting the overall color of your display, preventing eye strain.
HP 23.8-Inch IPS E24mv G4 169L0AA Monitor Design & Specifications
Even as the epidemic subsides (for the time being), the ease of getting people together from afar has made videoconferencing a permanent feature of the commercial (and, for the majority of users, personal) environment.
Displays designed for conferencing provide more robust video and audio features than a laptop’s camera and sound system. In the case of the HP 23.8-Inch IPS E24mv G4 169L0AA Monitor, you get all of the capabilities you’d expect from a USB hub work monitor.
The most notable feature of the display is its 5-megapixel pop-up, tilt-adjustable (with a 25-degree range) camera with Windows Hello integration. Dual echo-cancelling microphones and 5-watt stereo speakers are among the audio features.
The HP 23.8-Inch IPS E24mv G4 169L0AA Monitor is one of the first monitors to be certified by Zoom, having met or exceeded all of the conferencing company’s standards in over 200 benchmarks that evaluate the camera, microphones, and speakers. My video stream looked clear in my own Zoom conversations using the HP 23.8-Inch IPS E24mv G4 169L0AA Monitor.
The HP 23.8-Inch IPS E24mv G4 169L0AA Monitor is housed in a black chassis that is attached to a silver stand, and it features holes for a VESA mount (not supplied) if you want to install it on a wall or mobile arm. The 24-inch in-plane switching (IPS) panel has a 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio and supports full HD or 1080p quality.
It features a 2-inch bottom bezel that houses the speakers and is nearly bezel-less on top and sides. When not in use, the camera is located on the back of the chassis and can be simply pushed up by hand, sitting flush with the top of the display.
The stand is made up of a robust rectangular base and a vertical shaft with a hole at the bottom through which wires may be snaked. It has all of the basic ergonomic features: The display’s height can be adjusted by up to 5.9 inches (a wide range); its top can be tilted up to 5 degrees toward or 23 degrees away from you; the screen can rotate in either direction; and it can pivot between landscape and portrait modes in either direction.
As previously stated, the HP has all of the characteristics (most notably a large number of ports) seen in USB-C hub or docking-station displays. The monitor may be connected to a laptop through the latter’s USB-C connector; the E24m can give up to 65 watts of power to the notebook via USB Power Delivery and receive data or video via DisplayPort via USB Alternate Mode. There are four USB 3.1 Type-A connectors for accessories such a mouse, keyboard, or flash drive.
One HDMI port, DisplayPort-in and DisplayPort-out connectors, and an RJ-45 Ethernet jack are additional connections. They allow access to a cable Network for a more reliable connection than Wi-Fi. Your IT staff may utilize the Ethernet link to remotely manage setup, administration, and security if your HP laptop is connected to the display through USB-C.
Preboot execution environment (PXE Boot) allows a computer to boot directly from the network and is one of the characteristics that are supported for network management. When necessary, automated LAN/WLAN switching switches between Ethernet and Wi-Fi.
Remotely waking up a computer from a low-power state is possible with wake-on-LAN (WoL). Moreover, MAC address pass-through enables the laptop to use its own MAC address instead of using the monitor’s or dock’s MAC address to identify itself on the network. Keep in mind that these functionalities are only applicable to “in-band” notebook power states; if the laptop is off, it cannot be accessible through the display.
HP 23.8-Inch IPS E24mv G4 169L0AA Monitor General Information
|Display size (diagonal)
|FHD (1920 x 1080)1
|Pixels per inch (ppi)
|Display contrast ratio (dynamic)
|Height adjustment range
|Horizontal viewing angle
|Vertical viewing angle
|Response time (typical)
|5ms GtG (with overdrive)
HP 23.8-Inch IPS E24mv G4 169L0AA Monitor Conclusion
As a teleconferencing monitor for a tiny desk or home office, the HP E24m is a great option. In my videoconference tests, its webcam and microphone outperformed the normal laptop audiovisual equipment, and its speakers delivered loud yet clear sound.
The panel has strong sRGB color coverage and all the connections you’d expect from a USB docking-station monitor, including Ethernet, the ability to power or charge your laptop, and several video inputs. Also, it includes all the usual ergonomic characteristics.
HP 23.8-Inch IPS E24mv G4 169L0AA Monitor