Samsung UD590 is a billion-color 4K (3,840 x 2,160) LED monitor
Samsung continues to push the limits of what displays can do, and has announced a new 28-inch 4K LED monitor that comes with impressive features to match its high-resolution screen. The UD590 supports up to 1 billion colors for richly detailed pictures, with a fast response time of 1-millisecond that should make it suitable for every task you throw at it, be it gaming or watching movies. The monitor also supports Picture-in-Picture, which will let you connect two PCs to it and view the desktops of each simultaneously on the screen, or view different types of content at once, with no dip in resolution between the two pictures.
The UD590 is up for pre-order for a gasp-worthy $699.99, and will start shipping by April 18th, at least in the U.S.. Samsung has also introduced two standard monitors as part of its 2014 lineup – the SD390 and SD590, each of which comes in 23.6- and 27-inch screen sizes. Both have a 1080p display resolution, and will cost $250 and $310 when they launch in late April. The SD390 offers one HDMI and one VGA port, while the SD590 justifies the higher price tag by adding an additional HDMI port.