This is no April Fools joke, you did in-fact read the title correctly. Samsung will be shipping their 28-inch 10-bit 4K Ultra HD monitor this month for $700 (UD590). Previously, you had to spend well over $1,000 to own a 10-bit 4K monitor.
ASUS unveiled a 28-inch 4K Ultra HD monitor (PB287Q) this week at CES 2014, which is targeted toward budget-minded professionals at $799. Typically, 4K Ultra High Definition monitors are priced well above $2,000, including the 31.5-inch model from ASUS.
LG is bringing out a new 31-inch 4K monitor at CES 2014, dubbed “Real 4K” (31MU95). It features a DCI 4K IPS panel at 4,096 x 2,160 resolution in 19:10 ratio, a few pixels more than 4K Ultra HD (See: 4K vs. 4K Ultra HD). The new monitor also features a Thunderbolt 2 port with 20 Gbps data bandwidth, suitable for displaying 4K footage filmed with RED Epic and Scarlet cameras.
Display manufacturer ViewSonic has added its name to the Ultra HD race. They will be showcasing two Ultra HD displays at CES 2013 next week. The 32-inch VP3280 desktop display, which is geared toward creative professionals and consumer enthusiasts, and the 84-inch two point touch 4K Ultra HD digital sign, which will be geared toward interactive applications,…