Monoprice announced the launch of its new CrystalPro series of monitors today, offering 4K IPS, USB-C, 65W power consumption, and increased screen size and productivity. The company also unveiled new audio and video cables for 2023, including certified 8K UltraSpeed HDMI cables, DisplayPort to 8K HDMI, and USB-C to DisplayPort 8K @ 60Hz cables for new displays in 2023.
Monoprice is gearing up for homeowners and productivity enthusiasts with ultra-widescreen displays and AV cables for the home
The wide 40-inch IPS CrystalPro Productivity Display offers a WQHD IPS display with 8ms response times, HDR600 compatibility, and USB Type-C connections behind the screen. The ultra-wide screen can have a resolution of 3440 x 1440 pixels, which increases productivity due to the large viewing areas.
Introducing USB Type-C connectivity will allow users to attach a laptop to the monitor to act as a secondary display. The CrystalPro Productivity display produces, at peak levels, 144Hz refresh rates, and HDR600 certification delivers brilliant, true-to-life color images with “105% NTSC, 95% DCI-P3, 99% sRGB, Adobe RGB” color gamuts. It also has a peak brightness of 400 nits and 1,000,000:1 dynamic contrast rotation.
The 27-inch CrystalPro IPS display produces 4K UHD at 60Hz with a response time of 7ms. It offers 95% DCI-P3 color gamut, 400 nits brightness, and 100% sRGB. This display offers the same USB Type-C connection as the CrystalPro Productivity Display.
Monoprice SlimRun Certified Ultra-Speed 8K HDMI cables reproduce full 8K resolution up to 65 feet. The cables support 8K @ 60Hz and 4K @ 120Hz resolutions, and up to 48Gbps bandwidth is found in select HDMI 2.1 cables. The 8K SlimRun Certified Ultra-Speed HDMI Cable is CMP Plenum rated for fire safety and can be placed in the wall for commercial and residential buildings it supports. Each cable features next-generation fiber optic technology and is compatible with all existing console systems.
Monoprice DisplayPort 1.4 to 8K HDMI cables can be connected to compatible devices, such as gaming consoles, laptops, and tabletop streaming devices such as the Apple TV. It can take a DisplayPort 1.4 monitor and connect it to an 8K HDMI video source. The cable supports up to 32.4Gbps bandwidth at 8K@60Hz.
The 8K @ 60Hz USB-C to DP cable allows users to transmit signals from a computer to a DisplayPort capable display up to six feet away. The cable can support resolutions up to 7680 x 4320 @ 30Hz. The 8K @ 60Hz USB-C to DP cable will be available this spring for $24.99.
News source: Monoprice