Building a 4K video editing machine doesn't have to be expensive. For $1,000, we've specced out a machine that will get the job done, with a few extras for those who have a little more to spend.
Designed specifically for Mac creatives, LG’s UltraFine 4K delivers performance and superb value when compared against Apple-branded displays. However, it’s limited support outside of MacOS may deter professionals working in Windows environments.
The Dell 75 4K Interactive Touch Monitor is an expensive display that might not be for your home, but it’s cool collaboration features will replace the boring whiteboard in your office and change your meetings.
PC gamers have always known that 1440p is the sweet spot for visual fidelity and high frame rates. So why isn't 1440p a display option in modern gaming laptops?
If you're looking for the best 4K laptops, you need to find one that has powerful internal hardware, and doesn't scrimp on weight and battery life. All of these 4K notebooks are great options, but which one is the right one for you?
Think you can make a 4K gaming PC build for under $1,000? We know you can. That's why we've put together a list of great components which can help you get started on the road to ultra HD gaming.
The Dell P2715Q might not be the most modern of 4K displays, but its IPS panel, extensive connectivity, and easily adjusted stand make it more than competitive with the newest crop of screens.
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Want to see images the way they're intended to be seen? Here is our quick guide on how to calibrate your monitor!
Sources said to be close to the monitor manufacturing industry have revealed that some companies have been using 4K panels in some of their 1440P monitors. That's resulting in image degradation and inflated prices.
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Acer's new Predator x27 G-Sync gaming monitor is just about everything you could want in a display. It's 4K, has a 144Hz refresh rate, and has full HDR support. But you will have to pay a premium for it.
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