Lukos has come out of nowhere announcing a very… well, let’s just say interesting portable gaming monitor. The new Lukos Ultrawide 4K monitor is a new 14-inch IPS-based monitor with a 32:9 aspect ratio and a very weird 3840 x 1100 resolution display.
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The company does claim that the 3840 x 1100 panel has 100% sRGB and a 2ms response time, while gamers won’t be too happy with the suck-ass 60Hz refresh rate. Lukos’ new Ultrawide 4K monitor can support 2 and 4 multi-view features, where you can plug 4 different inputs into the monitor.
Lukos’ new monitor can accept either four different 1920 x 550 streams or dual 1920 x 110 streams at the same time. If you wanted to use it, well then you could use it as a streamer… or as someone who loves to have data in front of them, you could have CPU and GPU temps displayed right in front of you — so that 60Hz refresh rate doesn’t matter too much.
But then… there’s no touchscreen support. What the fork.
Anyway, display connectivity wise it isn’t too bad with:
- 2 x DisplayPort 1.4
- 1 x DisplayPort 1.2
- 2 x HDMI 2.0B
- 1 x HDMI 1.4
- USB Type-C connector
The new Lukos 14-inch Ultrawide 4K monitor will cost $419 in its Early Bird pricing on Kickstarter, and $479 at retail.