Dell has introduced a 28 inch 4K monitor for just USD 699. Called the P2815Q, it is the cheapest 4K monitor till date.
So, why is the price of Dell P2815Q so low? The reason is it uses TN display which does not gives you viewing angles as, let us say, an IPS screen. Another thing to note – the screen refresh rate is 30 Hz at its native resolution. To get 60 Hz, you must use 1920×1080.
4K means it has 3840 x 2160 pixels, which will give you an amazing workspace to work on. The screen of P2815Q can be twisted 90 degrees, so that one can use it both landscape or portrait mode. Dell offers some other Ultra HD monitors that includes 32 and 28 inch models (that retail for USD 3500 and 1300 respectively).
The Dell P2815Q will available for purchase on January 23 2014.