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Apple eat your heart out, Dell unveils 5K resolution 27-inch PC monitor

Apple eat your heart out, Dell unveils 5K resolution 27-inch PC monitor

By 5 November 2014

Move over 4K, Dell has unveiled its UltraSharp 27 Monitor, the world's first individual panel with a 5K resolution. That means a whopping 5120 x 2880 pixels across its 27-inch surface which is seven times the pixel density of a 1080p monitor or TV. 
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Lenovo unveils 28-inch 4K monitor with Android KitKat built-in

Lenovo unveils 28-inch 4K monitor with Android KitKat built-in

By 6 January 2014

With 4K content on the rise, Lenovo has taken the wraps off two new 4K monitors at CES 2014 in Las Vegas - with one having Android built-in. The ThinkVision Pro2840m is the basic of the two. It will be available in April 2014 for $799 (£487), carrying... >>

LG to show off 4K monitors and UltraWide displays at CES

LG to show off 4K monitors and UltraWide displays at CES

By 17 December 2013

LG is set to unveil new monitors at CES including a 34-inch IPS 21:9 UltraWide screen and a 31-inch Real 4K display. The LG 21MU95 will be showing off Real 4K while the Colour Prime 27MB85 aims to dazzle with, you guessed it, colours a plenty. The Real... >>

Dell 4K monitor at 24-inches with 3840 x 2160 resolution now available for $1,399

Dell 4K monitor at 24-inches with 3840 x 2160 resolution now available for $1,399

By 2 December 2013

The age of 4K is well and truly upon us with TVs available to buy, tablets on their way, and Sony spearheading content downloads. Now a 24-inch monitor with 4K resolution, called UltraSharp 24, has been revealed by Dell. READ: Sony's 4K video download... >>

Mod your monitor so only you can see the display

Mod your monitor so only you can see the display

By 30 October 2013

This is genius. And like so many things that get that title it's also so simple it makes you say, "Why didn't I think of that?" This easy mod lets you turn a monitor into a private viewing screen that only you can see. Essentially the process involves... >>

AKG K812 hands-on, we sample the £1,000 professional studio monitor headphones

AKG K812 hands-on, we sample the £1,000 professional studio monitor headphones

By 9 October 2013

Sometimes we get asked to do the strangest yet most exciting of things here at Pocket-lint. So when we were invited down to Red Bull Studios in London to check out AKG's latest top-spec studio monitoring headphones we couldn't resist. Enter the AKG K812.... >>

Lenovo announces thinner, 17-hour battery life ThinkPads, also a 21:9 ThinkVision display

Lenovo announces thinner, 17-hour battery life ThinkPads, also a 21:9 ThinkVision display

By 3 September 2013

And so Lenovo joins the ranks of early reveals ahead of IFA tomorrow. It's packing a bevy of updates to its thinner, longer battery life-toting ThinkPads and a new 21:9 panoramic ThinkVision display. The ThinkPad T440s, T440 and X240 Ultrabook have all... >>

Samsung officially announces 98-inch UHD display and 31.5-inch UHD monitor

Samsung officially announces 98-inch UHD display and 31.5-inch UHD monitor

By 30 August 2013

Ahead of IFA 2013 Samsung has let two announcements out of the bag a little early. Sammy has been busy cramming pixels into massive displays with commercial buyers in mind. The first is a 98-inch Ultra High Definition (UHD) large format display (LFD)... >>

ASUS unveils 31.5-inch 4K monitor

ASUS unveils 31.5-inch 4K monitor

By 31 May 2013

Need a mammoth 4K monitor? Well, look no further: Asus unveiled on Thursday its PQ321 True 4K UHD Monitor. The mouthwatering display specs include an LED-backlit IGZO panel with 176-degree wide viewing angles, as well as Ultra HD 3,840-by-2,160 resolution, 16:9... >>

LG releases Stage Fright - So Real It's Scary 2

LG releases Stage Fright - So Real It's Scary 2

By 20 May 2013

LG Electronics today released Stage Fright - So Real It's Scary 2, the amusing sequel to last year's smash-hit viral video, So Real It's Scary. Like the original, the second instalment also poses the question: just how real are images on an LG IPS monitor?... >>