Seiki offered the lowest prices on 4k TVs when they hit the US market about a year and a half ago, and now they are entering the desktop computing market with 32-inch and 40-inch 4K Ultra HD monitors. Branded Seiki Pro, the displays provide 3,840 x 2,160 4K resolution, 12-bit color processing and 14-bit gamma mode, and up to x4 picture-by-picture.
As well as desktop computing, the 32-inch (SM32UNP) and 40-inch (SM40UNP) are well-suited for video gaming in higher resolution. Upscaling games to 4k, with a decent graphics card installed, can even bring a new experience to older games.
Right now, the monitors only offer HDMI 1.4, but Seiki promises HDMI 2.0 will be available in the second quarter of 2015. Just as well, DisplayPort 1.2 will be replaced by DisplayPort 1.3 in Q2 2015. Hence, we advise waiting to purchase one of these monitors until those ports are updated.
If you’re at CES, you can check out these 4k monitors in The Venetian. Seiki has yet to announce pricing on the 4k monitors.