Summary: After I got used to Retina display, I couldn't tolerate my 1920x1080 screens anymore. Once I found Asus PQ321Q, I nabbed it. It is expensive, but it is well worth it. The resolution is so high, I don't get to see those pesky pixels anymore. The size of the screen is just right. You can open different windows side by side, and still have comfortable viewing landscape. I'm not an artist nor a video editor. All I wanted was to be able to read text without jaggy edges.
The rebooting the screen to reboot the computer is a serious pain
Ariel ML "Ariel M.", Amazon
25 November 2013
Summary: The rebooting the screen to reboot the computer is a serious pain that will hopefully be fixed by drivers and bios updates soon (I've heard some people are already using a beta bios in their GTX Titans that eliminates most of these issues). Also be very aware of the graphics card horsepower required to power this thing... I have 4x SLI GTX Titans and still won't hit 60 fps in some games! Single best pc component I've ever purchased.
Definitely the future, if you don't mind fiddling in the present
John Anderson, Amazon
23 November 2013
Summary: I am always at the cutting edge of technology because I love to try things out and talk to my friends about them. That being said, there are some hiccups because even Windows 8.1 isn't fully 4k read. I have 3x7970 video cards in Crossfire mode, and I can play just about any game at 60fps, and it is absolutely gorgeous. This is definitely the future, but it may be just a BIT uncomfortable in the present.