Knowing the reputation (and price) the UltraSharp moniker commands, there would normally be little more to say than “immense IPS display”, “great image” but “prosumer price tag”. However, the UP3214Q’s defining feature isn’t its enormity, IPS panel, nor certainly the $3,500 sticker price. Rather, its most distinct feature is a glorious spread of 3840 x 2160 pixels which is, ironically, also the source of its biggest issues.
- Industry standards body VESA has officially updated its DisplayPort Dual-Mode 1.1 standard to provide better performance, higher resolutions and increased interoperability when hooking up to HDMI and DVI ports through a cable or adapter. Under Dual-Mode, a DisplayPort can output…
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