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Dell's 43-inch, 4K monitor supports four clients on one screen

It's designed for traders, but you can definitely use it to play four games at once.
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Dell's latest monitor is a doozy. The Dell 43 Multi-Client Monitor (P4317Q) is a 4K, 43-inch beast that acts as if it's four displays squished into one. When shown on a single screen, the displays are borderless, but users are able to swap any of the clients to full-screen mode, too. The entire monitor has a max resolution of 3840 x 2160 at 60Hz, a response time of 8ms, two 8-watt speakers and a USB 3.0 hub with four ports.

Dell designed the Multi-Client Monitor with the finance industry in mind, but it's able to run four independent clients of any kind at once. Plus, it gets rid of the cable nightmare that comes with manually setting up four monitors on a single desk.

The P4317Q costs $1,350 and is available to purchase right now. It's certainly an impressive piece of technology, but maybe that high price point is meant to offset expected lower sales of Dell's multi-monitor stands.

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