CES 2023: Monoprice Monitors

Sure, you might be settled with your current setup, but what if you could add another monitor to the mix? Well, Monoprice has you covered with two new options that are coming this spring – one for ultimate resolution, and another more focused on giving you real estate to maximize productivity.

Undoubtedly, the Monoprice 27in CrystalPro 4K IPS 65W USB-C Monitor is going to get all the attention, being a 4K monitor coming in at $349. With the USB-C connection, of course, you’ve got a simple cable to hook things to your laptop, but it can also charge your laptop, helping reduce some of that cable clutter.

On the other hand, if you want just more space to have your documents and code side-by-side, then the Monoprice 40in Wide IPS CrystalPro Productivity Monitor (price TBD) is where it’s at. Resolution is a bit lower (3340 x 1440), but this gives you ALL the space you need to just work on a single screen. Again, USB-C is the connector here, making things simpler. So, while the 4K is more for the gamers out there, this 40″ should make the work day a good deal simpler. Check them out over at monoprice.com

Tech Specs from Monoprice


  • Resolution 3840×2160
  • Refresh Rate 60Hz
  • Brightness (nits) 400(max)
  • Response Time 7ms
  • Contrast Ratio 1000:1
  • sRGB CIE1976 100%
  • DCI-P3 CIE1976 95%
  • Speaker 4Ω/3W
  • Height Adjust 3.2 in (82 +/- 5mm)
  • Tilt -5/+15 degree
  • Swivel -20/20 degree
  • Pivot 90 degree clockwise
  • Kensington Lock
  • VESA 100x100mm


  • Resolution 3440×1440
  • Refresh Rate 144Hz
  • HDR600
  • Brightness 400 nits (typ)
  • Response Time 8ms
  • NTSC color saturation 105%
  • DCI-P3 color saturation 95%
  • sRGB color saturation 99%
  • Adobe RGB color saturation 89%
  • Contrast Ratio 1200:1
  • Dynamic Contrast Ration 1,000,00:1 • Height Adjust 3.8 in (95 +/- 5mm)
  • Tilt -5/+15 degree
  • Swivel 15/-15 degree
  • Pivot No
  • VESA 75x75mm

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