Think back on the monitors you’ve had connected to your computers. Most likely they’ve gradually grown from 15 inches to likely at least 20 inches. Now imagine if you had a 43 inch monitor! That’s exactly what I’m going to talk about today. And before you immediately dismiss it, it isn’t as crazy expensive as you might think. Before I talk about it, let’s take a second to look at it.
To be exact, the viewable diagonal size is 42.51 inches or 1.08 meters for those of you in the metric world. As monitors go, that’s huge! But all that size can be a waste if it just has big pixels on it. In this case, it has 4K resolution meaning it is 3840 x 2160 pixels. Just think how many different programs you can fit on that screen or how it would look creating a vector graphic or editing a high-resolution photo.
On the back is a USB 3.0 hub, VGA, Display Port, HDMI 2.0, audio in/out and more. It even includes speakers and mounting holes. This is not a no-name brand, it comes from Philips.
Of course it isn’t not the least expensive monitor, but it is an investment that can help you get more work done in less time. Currently it sells for just over $1000 and I expect that price to drop in the near future.
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Philips BDM4350UC 43-Inch Class IPS-LED Monitor, 4K Res, 300cd/m2, 5ms, 50M:1 DCR,VGA,HDMI(2),DP(2),USB 3.0,SpkPrice: $549.99Was: $799.99