You can't yet.
There's high frequency monitors but they seem to top out at 1440p in most cases. Some of them may have gsync.
All existing 4k monitors top out at 60hz as far as I know since the 'common' flavours of HDMI (2.0 for TV oriented gear and high end video cards) and DP 1.2) don't have the bandwidth for 4k/UHD and 120hz at the same time.
You'd need ...
HDR has been around for a while now but the technology is still in its infancy. You will see HDR TV's, but monitors are much harder to come by. Also, there is relatively little HDR content. It's going to be a rough transition, as sRGB is the standard, and until the conversion is made simple, or a shift is made to start producing content in this format, you ...
According to this page on Intel's ARK, the integrated graphics card inside your processor already supports 4K video at 24fps over HDMI or 4K video at 60fps over DisplayPort.
tl;dr - You don't need to buy a graphics card.
I would say that it is better to get an adjustable VESA stand on Amazon, than to actively search out for a monitor with an adjustable stand on it.
Hemundu Monitor Stand
VIVO Monitor Stand
VIVO Tall Monitor Stand
AmazonBasics Monitor Stand
According to my sources (and I have a detailed answer on SU on the subject, including a handy graph and links to a spreadsheet) - 27" is *pretty" darned close to the sweetspot for PC use.
I game on a 980TI at that resolution (which is fine) but I've driven 4k60 off much older/less high end video cards. I don't use gsync (which is mainly for gaming) and ...
Actually, you don't necessarily need to upgrade the CPU. A PCIe 3.0 card will work in a PCIe 2.0 slot. However, you may experience slightly decreased performance. You mentioned that frame rates were irrelevant, so PCIe 2.0 shouldn't be an issue.
If you do want to upgrade to a CPU that explicitly supports PCIe 3.0, one of the most inexpensive options is ...
Going from Displayport to USB-C does not really work because while USB-C contains Displayport, the same is not true in reverse.
However, the ports on the Macbook Pro 2015 are techinically Thunderbolt 2, so what you are looking for boils down to this question you can find on the Apple Stackexchange. Is Thunderbolt 2 to Thunderbolt 3 possible?
This adapter ...
If you connect everything up through HDMI, it should work fine. I myself only use one optical connection from my TV to my receiver, because my receiver pre-dates HDMI. So the audio data from my PS4 goes through HDMI to the TV which passes it through the TOS-link to the receiver. I haven't encountered any problems with codecs. All codecs that the receiver ...
Yes this feature is offered, as for a remote option, I'm not sure.
I owned a Panasonic Viera TC-65AX800U, which was purchased in 2014. It was a 65" 4K LED model. This option was located in a separate "Format" sub-menu, not the main picture options menu (contrast, brightness, etc). I've owned many TV's over the last 10 years or so, and this is the only ...
We have USB type C docking stations that have 4 USB ports. 2 are USB 2.0, and 2 are USB 3.0
It provide 100% power to the laptop
They also run 2 1080p displays at the same time.
I haven't look at the specs so I don't know if it support 4k, but I imaging there are docking stations that support 4k@60hz.
A Thunderbolt 3 hub should work. If you are using a MacBook with a USB C port, it supports Thunderbolt. If you are using a Windows laptop, let me know what computer model is and I'll let you know if your laptop has Thunderbolt 3 on it.
A Thunderbolt hub can have many outputs, so you will have to find the one that is tailored to your needs. From reading ...
I use two Samsung UE590Ds, and would recommend 4k for both programming and games. I run Visual Studio and a large array of steam games.
Use 30" or 27" /w a close desk setup. I do end up zooming from time to time, however even with zoom I do save screen real-state (with all the other menus in Visual Studio).
If you go with 32" and plan on ...
The Elgato 4K60S+ seems to check all of your boxes:
4K resolution @ 60fps
Portable and Standalone
SD Card slot
It also has HDR10 capabilities.
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W-LED 3840 x 2160 p
VESA Interface: 100 x 100 mm
Height Adjustment Range: 180 mm
DisplayPort 1.2 x 1
Exact Dimension: 31.5"
Flicker Free Technology
Refresh Rate: 60 Hz
Response Time: 4 ms
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Regarding IPS requirement: Monitors in this price range and resolution are pretty much exclusively LED. ...
Like @mbmast says in the comments, it might be more logical to have a full AV Receiver. That is the device that is meant to do this.
But as for a TV, I think that the 2017 Visio P55-E1 ticks most, if not all, your requirements:
At first, I would recommend you to rethink your Monitor Setup, UHD uses twice as many pixels in height than HD. If you move objects from one screen to another or just look from one to another, you will get serious headaches. I have this problem with a 1920x1200 main monitor and a 1280x720 second monitor.
On the other side, gaming or not, your setup will ...
Don't know why this question is being downvoted, seems reasonable, and I am in the market for something like this myself. I like the look of the MSI GTX 960. Can drive multiple 4k monitors, has 3xDP, 1xHDMI and 1xDVI-D outputs and is apparently very quiet - the fans can be stopped completely in "silent mode" which should be enough for non-gaming use.
I own a Samsung JU6050 which offers this feature.
However it does not have a button on the remote, but maybe I just don't know it has. This TV also offers smart features like youtube, which makes this option quite usable. However in my opinion the menu reacts quite slow, but it never crashed or so. It just needs some time.
Maybe the higher end models of ...