It was initially unveiled at CES earlier this year, and now you will be able to buy the Samsung's UD590 4K monitor from today for less than $800.
It is Samsung's first UHD monitor to land in Austrlaia, but like all other sub-$800 4K monitors on the market, this one comes with a TN panel, which can display more than one billion colours.
The large UHD LED display has a response time of 1ms and a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels.
As expected, the refresh rate for Displayport hits 60Hz, while HDMI stalls at 30Hz. For connectivity it does have two HDMI ports and one DisplayPort port.
There's also a useful picture-in-picture feature that allows two computers to connect to the UD590 simultaneously; each getting half of the native resolution (i.e. 1920 x 2160 pixels).
The Samsung UD590 4K monitor is on sale today for $749.
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