The long-awaited new Mac Pro was made available to buy on 19 December, and since, several 4K monitors have emerged. The Mac Pro has support for up to three of the Ultra HD resolution displays (that's four times the resolution of Full HD), so potential Mac Pro customers are likely to be considering which display they'll choose. Look not further as there should be a 4K monitor suited to you in this 4K monitor round-up.
We've seen no sign of an Apple-made 4K display, something many have been expecting in the form of an update to its Thunderbolt display.
Apple may decide to launch a new display at some point, so it's possible that we'll see a 4K display from Apple soon. However, in the meantime, there are several to choose from from third-party display makers.
Dell UltraSharp 4K monitor
(Above) Dell unveiled 24in and 32in Ultra HD 4K monitors with 3840 x 2160 resolution at the beginning of December, both available to buy now at £1,059 and £2,375 respectively.
We used the Dell UltraSharp 24 Ultra HD monitor with out Mac Pro to create a 24in Retina display. Here's how.
LG Real 4K 31MU95 4K monitor
LG's first 4K monitor, called the Real 4K 31MU95, was launched this month. It's a 31in monitor with a widescreen 19:10 ratio, with a 4,096 by 2,160 pixel resolution. LG will also be offering 34in and 29in UM95 models with 3,440 by 1,440 resolution at a ratio of 21:9. LG hasn't announced pricing yet, though.
Asus PQ321Q & Asus PB287Q 4K monitors
Asus's PQ321Q is a 31.5in 4K monitor has a resolution of 3,840 by 2,160 pixels. It's super-thin, at just 35mm, and has an ant-glare finish perfect for designers. It's £2,999, but you can save more than £100 if you shop around.
If that's a bit above your budget, Asus is also offering a 28in 4K monitor with the same resolution as the PQ321Q. The PB287Q, which will be available in the second quarter of 2014, has a smaller and cheaper chassis to the more expensive model mentioned above, bringing the cost down to just $800 (around £500).
Lenovo ThinkVision Pro2840m 4K monitor
Also more affordable at around £500 is Lenovo's ThinkVision Pro2840m 4K monitor (above), which is expected to arrive in April 2014. It has a 3,840 by 2,160 resolution display at 28in.
Sharp PN-K321 4K monitor
Apple sells a 31.5in Sharp 4K monitor on its online store, for £3,499. The Sharp PN-K321 4K Ultra HD LED monitor has a resolution of 3,840 by 2,160 pixels.
Samsung UD590 & UD970 4K monitors
Samsung's 4K monitor, the UD590, also has the 3,840 by 2,160 resolution, and is 28 inches diagonally. The price of Samsung's 4K monitor offering has yet to be announced.
A more advanced version of the UD590 is Samsung's UD970, with the same resolution but a more impressive design (and likely a larger price tag, too).
Sony PVM-X300 4K monitor
Sony has a 4K monitor, the PVM-X300 (above) – which was unveiled at the IBC 2013 trade show. Targetted at professional video editors, this broadcast and feature-film quality model has a 10-bit colour depth and a wider range of inputs than the other models we've featured here – but comes with a price tag of around £20,000.
You don't have to just focus on displays. Seiki offers a 50in 4K TV with 3 HDMI ports that can be used as a monitor. The best part is that it's cheap, at around £1,000. 50in may be a tad too big, though, so there's a 39in version that's even cheaper, at around £500. We haven't seen the Seiki TVs in the UK yet, though.