Dec 27 2013, 11:03am CST | by Shane McGlaun
One of the biggest categories in the home entertainment world at CES 2014 will be 4K TVs. The 4k resolution gear won’t be solely limited to the living room though. LG is tipped to be revealing new 4K resolution computer monitors at CES 2014 reports <a href="http://hometheaterreview.com/lg-will-reveal-4k-monitor-at-ces-2014/ ">Home Theater Review</a>.
Two 4K models have been announced for the show including a 31-inch unit and a 24-inch unit. One of the expected downsides to these displays will be price. Similar 4k monitors on the market from Dell and others sell for around $3000.
It will take some computer graphics muscle to support such high resolutions. PC gamers will also need a game that supports resolutions that high. If you have ever tried to play Crysis maxed out, you know that things get really slow if your machine lacks the graphics muscle.
Source: TechRadar UK
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Source: Tech Radar
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