Apple has blessed us with a beautiful 5K Retina iMac, but somehow forgot to update the ancient Thunderbolt Display. Now, Mac owners are once again forced to look outside of Apple to get the most from their computers. Apple will sell you a Sharp 32″ PN-K321 4K Ultra HD LED Monitor for $3,595 – but you’re much better off opting for the ASUS version (w/ the same panel) that just dropped another $500… expand full story
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This morning LG announced details on the sale of the “the world’s first OLED TV with 4K (3840 x 2160) resolution.” Initially coming in 65 and 77-inch variants, the curved displays will mark the first time Ultra HD OLED TVs will be regularly available at retail.
The new premium displays feature LG’s proprietary Four-Color Pixel WRGB technology, 33 million sub-pixels, and self-lighting pixels that “guarantee deeper blacks.” Both the 65EC9700 and 77EG9700 models can be wall mounted and feature a similar frame and stand aesthetic as LG’s already available 1080p curved OLED TV.
The built-in ULTRA SURROUND sound audio system was designed in conjunction with the knowledgeable folks at Harman Kardon to create a “rich, detailed environment that heightens the viewer’s sense of immersion.” At 3840 pixels wide, these displays are just shy of standard 4K resolution.
Head below for a quick look at the Ultra HD OLEDs as well as pricing and availability details: