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CES 2013: Viewsonic sheds more light on its VP3280 4K monitor

Viewsonic has provided with more details regarding its 4K Ultra HD monitor, the VP3280 which was showcased at Computex back in June 2012.

The company hasn't yet confirmed when it will release the product; Viewsonic's official statement is that it will bring this type of display to the market as soon as the time is right although we were hinted that Q3 might be when we will see the VP3280 on the market.

We already know that the monitor uses an IPS panel with a 3,840x2,160 pixels and comes with Displayport and two Dual-Link DVI ports.

In addition, it has four USB hubs, 178 degree viewing angles, the ability to display 1.07 billion colours and a brightness of 450 nits.

The company also had a Smart Display device (which is essentially an all-in-one computer) on its booth. The VSD240 features a 23.6in viewable full HD touchscreen display, a quad-core Nvidia Tegra 3 system-on-chip, 1GB of RAM, Android 4.1 Jelly bean, plenty of connectivity options (Ethernet, microHDMI, three USB ports, microSD).

Kenneth Mau, product marketing manager for Viewsonic, also confirmed that the company currently has no plans to release USB monitors.

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