ViewSonic offers new 4K desktop display

ViewSonic offers new 4K desktop display

The popular maker of displays ViewSonic has announced the 28-inch VX2880ml 4K2K multimedia display. The new company product comes with 3840 x 2160 Ultra HD pixel resolution and is ideal for power users, CAD professionals, digital 4K content development, extreme gaming and more.

The VX2880ml offers a modern stand design and 4K resolution that is four times the resolution of Full HD. The new device does not end there, though, and users of it will also take advantage of premium input options such as HDMI with MHL (Mobile High-Definition Link) technology, DisplayPort and mini DisplayPort and the ability to daisy chain multiple displays if such need arises.

“As 4K content continues to emerge and entertainment and other demanding visual applications become more progressive, there is a compelling need for premium UHD resolution displays,” said Kenneth Mau, senior product marketing manager at ViewSonic Corp. “To satisfy 4K content developers, graphic designers, CAD, and other advanced applications requiring an extreme high resolution, the VX2880ml 4K resolution display delivers the highest level of details in an affordable yet stunning form factor.”

The ViewSonic VX2880ml will be commercially available at the end of July 2014 for a minimum suggested retail price of around USD 831.

Source: ViewSonic

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