2014: The year we all go 4K

Dave Rupert ponders what it might mean if 4K monitors become mainstream. Does supporting displays that are 3840×2160 resolutions gives us Even Mo’ Pixels, Even Mo’ Problems?

This year at CES 4K televisions were a big deal. 4K UltraHD displays for computers have been available for awhile, there’s even one on Apple’s website, but at $3,500 they’ve been cost prohibitive. That all changes with the announcement of new 4K displays priced at less than $1000.

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