A wide range of amazing monitors were presented throughout this year's CES trade show, but not all screen manufacturers were interested in showing off their new products at this event. One example comes from the Philips technology company which chose to present its newest monitor design one week after the aforementioned event came to an end, claiming that they are now launching the "largest 4K curved monitor in the world".
The monitor's specifications include a viewing angle of 178 degrees, a 40-inch display with 4K Ultra HD resolution (3840 x 2160), compatibility with Ultra Wide-Color technology, and SmartImage preset functionality. Philips' product also comes with multiple screen modes and supports up to 4 full HD inputs which can be displayed on the monitor simultaneously.
The Dutch technology company plans to get their new monitor on the market as soon as possible. The acquiring price is $630 which it's reasonable considering that similar monitors from different brands cost as much as Philips' "largest 4K curved monitor in the world".
If you're interested in reading more articles regarding 4K technologies you should check these stories: "Top 4K video editors for 2015" or "LG Will Make Its 4K TVs More Colorful With Quantum Dot Tech".