Ultra HD has been all the rage at CES once again this year, but much of the coverage has focused on outlandishly expensive televisions that would hardly fit in the average living room. As it turns out, plenty of companies were quietly revealing reasonably sized displays as well, so 9to5Mac assembled a list of a few of the more affordable options for those who want 4K without breaking the bank.

First is the ThinkVision Pro2840m from Lenovo. This 28-inch display is targeted at the professional market and will run for $800 this coming April. Next up is the PB287Q from Asus, a monitor that shares its size and price with the ThinkVision display, and will hit the shelves in the second quarter of 2014. Seiki will also be announcing its own 28-inch 4K display at CES and this one is expected to come in even cheaper than its competition.

The next wave of high-definition displays is far from expanding to every home, but these affordable monitors are a step in the right direction.

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