Last week it was dongles, this week it's monitors. Apple has discounted the 4K/5K monitors it launched at its 'Hello Again' MacBook event just twelve days after they were first announced.
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Acer's new 2-in-1 brings a Core M processor, 7.85mm aluminum chassis, the ability to drive two external 4K displays, and compatibility with a graphics-boosting dock.
Dell appears to have unveiled some specs and a release date for its next XPS 15 laptop. The stunning 4K touch-enabled 'InfinityEdge' display is set to be powered by an NVIDIA GTX 960M.
While other manufacturers are rolling out flagships with Quad HD displays - and Sharp is even developing a 5.5-inch screen with 4K resolution - Sony says that it's sticking with Full HD on its phones.
Many manufacturers have released handsets with Quad HD displays but Sharp have gone one better by announcing a new 5.5 inch IGZO display with 4K Ultra HD resolution and mind-blowing 806ppi density.
Toshiba has been hard at work developing technologies that deal with problems of current 3D displays, and they are hinting at glasses-free switchable 2D/3D displays for mobile devices in the future.
With the 3GB of RAM in handsets milestone already accomplished by the company, Samsung is looking to integrate 4GB of RAM in its flagship devices which will be released next year.
The Microsoft Store is offering a great deal on a Dell 28" Ultra HD 4K monitor with a saving of $200, but you'll have to act quickly as the deal only lasts for today.
Some think Quad HD displays on phones are unnecessary - but even higher-res 4K screens are in development by Sharp, with the first handsets offering 4096x2160px displays expected to launch in 2016.
People want high resolution, high pixel density displays, but 4K displays face a chicken and egg problem, and there are three key points where we're just not quite ready.
Toshiba has announced that its Satellite P55t notebook with Windows 8.1 and a 4K 3840x2160 resolution display will finally go on sale on April 22nd for the starting price of $1,499.99