At CES 2014, TechRepublic and ZDNet interviewed Lenovo’s Tom Butler, Director of Portfolio Strategy for the Americas, and one of our favorite topics was Lenovo’s newly-announced 4K computer monitor. We had Tom surrounded with Bill Detwiler, Ryan Huang from ZDNet Asia, and yours truly, but he was a great sport. 

Watch this three-minute video clip where Butler talks about not one but two 28-inch 4K displays that Lenovo announced at CES. The first one is a $799 monitor aimed at professionals. The second is a prosumer display that is not just a 28-inch monitor but also includes three HDMI ports for adding other devices and includes Android so that you can use it as a large touchscreen or even an all-in-one Android PC if you connect a keyboard and mouse via Bluetooth. It carries an $1199 price tag.  Both sport a screen resolution of 3840×2160 and will be available during the first half of 2014.

Also, Dell announced a 4K monitor at CES that comes in at $699 and will be available on January 23.