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Entries in ASUS PB287 4K monitor (1)

Thursday
Jun052014

Review: ASUS PB287 4K monitor

Going on sale this month for $699, the ASUS PB287Q welcomes us to the 4K-resolution revolution, where photos and videos look incredible… but you’re going to need your prescription updated for reading.

By Simon Cohen

Over the years, we’ve seen a whole lot of innovation in computing. Faster processors, smaller form factors, touch-screen inputs and wireless data. All of these have had a profound impact on how and where we use technology. And as important as all of these advances have been, nothing has changed our fundamental relationship to these devices as much as improvements to their displays.

Displays are at the heart of how we perceive--and ultimately use—all of our computers, be it the biggest, most powerful desktop or the smallest of smartwatches. It’s the reason that new display technology always leaves me saying “wow.” That was my reaction when I saw my first high-res graphics monitor, when I saw my first colour LCD display and most recently, when I looked upon Apple’s Retina-equipped iPad. These technologies really enhance our use and enjoyment of computers.

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