New 4K Gaming Monitor Announced by ASUS
Last friday, I wrote about ASUS' new ROG gaming monitor. Now it seems the company is also making a 4K gaming monitor. So if you have three GTX Titan cards that needs some exercise, then this might be what you need.
The monitor uses a TN panel to allow for a 1 ms response time, though it does mean that you will not get the colors and viewing angles of a IPS panel. The monitor will not have a full 4K resolution, but the monitor's 3820x2160 pixels should be sufficient for most people's needs. The monitor comes with HDMI and DisplayPort ports, and you can connect smartphones and tablets via the HDMI port that supports MHL (Mobile High-definition Link). The stand allows for tilt, swivel, and height and pivot adjustments.
According to ASUS, the monitor should be available in the latter part of Q2, and it should cost only $799.