Samsung Announces New Ultra HD LED Monitor With Picture-in-Picture 2.0 Technology

Samsung UltraHD Monitor

Samsung has announced a new 28-Inch Ultra High Definition LED monitor that has a staggering 8 million pixels. Its a 28-inch screen with 3,840 x 2,160 display resolution targeted towards professionals. It has lots of great features as well.

  • Ultra-high resolution that’s 4 times greater than Full HD, delivering stunning images that use a staggering 8 million pixels
  • Handle all the excitement of action movies, games and sports easily thanks to a faster response time of 1-millisecond
  • 1 billion colors give you each and every color richly detailed and truly brilliant
  • Picture-in-Picture 2.0 technology lets you multi-task and watch videos that maintain 100% of the source resolution
  • With Picture-by-Picture, you can connect two PCs to the same monitor and see the desktops of both simultaneously on one screen that’s divided into two.

Pre-order Samsung 28-Inch Ultra High Definition LED Monitor (U28D590D) from

Samsung has also announced couple of 27-Inch 1080p monitors for regular users with medium budget. Pre-order them from the link below.

Samsung 27-Inch Wide Viewing Angle LED Monitor (S27D390H)

via: Engadget

  • tofferne

    it’s a big mess about Nokia and new models. In Europe they could sell 50 % more, but it’s not possible to find the phones in any shop, only few. And if you are lucky you can find a Nokia 520, 625, the marketing ands sale is extremely bad. I’m 100 % Nokia and Microsoft fan, but I’m not blind – they don’t take marketing serious. They still think it’s enough with all these big partners, and they will take care about everything. I visit hundreds of shops in Europe, and similar for 99,9 % is, they want to sell Apple or Android, and they talk bad about Nokia. You find Apple and Android even in a small village, but never Nokia Lumia, some old Nokia. If Nokia and Microsoft want to survive they need to change dramatic and quick, they can’t continue to sleep. They need constantly to have a perfect flagship phone, the old 920 is out and finished, even it’s a nice phone. Wake up Nokia and Microsoft or you will die quick in this marked.

    • Credo

      Agree, they need better marketing :), not adds that bias other OEM’s …

    • Rico Alexander

      Sorry, missed your apology.

      • tofferne

        It’s okay, no problems :)
        I just make a stupid mistake :)
        Old blind man :)

    • koenshaku

      I had to scroll back up to see if I was somehow at a different article wtf does this have to do with Samsung 4k display?

      • tofferne

        Please read what I wrote – I apology for the mistake, sorry Again.

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        • LexicoRed

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  • Guest

    Apparently, it doesn’t have VESA mounts, and the stand is fixed. I will never buy another monitor without quality stand options, especially a monitor in the $600+ range.

  • lordicarus

    Apparently, it doesn’t have VESA mounts, and the stand is fixed. I will never buy another monitor without quality stand options, especially a monitor in the $700+ range.

  • tofferne

    Sorry I wrote this message in wrong place – sorry guys.

  • Mikado_Wu

    Does it Have the Ability to Daisy Chain Display-Port? If No…. then it is worthless to me

  • koenshaku

    My Dell ultra sharp 24″ just produced a single green line near the middle of the screen after 6 years of ownership. This Samsung is a candidate for a replacement, but 2 of the dell dual ultra sharp 24″ displays cost $50 less.. Hmm.. I will have some research to do next month.