Dell recently announced the released of its Dell 43 Multi-Client Monitor (P4317Q), that will pique your interest, with a 43-inch 4K display and the opt to run as four separate 1080p screens, without bezel breaks.

Dell understand that having multiple screens hooked up is desirable and beneficial for a lot of geeks, especially in certain industries such as the financial trading sector and software development. But extra displays take up space and can lead to a cabling nightmare, so Dell has comes out with an alternative: one giant 43-inch monitor that is out-the-box ready to be used as if it is four 1080p displays.

Dell 43-inch 4K monitor

The new Dell 43 Multi-Client Monitor (P4317Q) is an impressive and massive display. It sports a resolution of 3840 x 2160 at 60Hz with a contrast ratio of 1,000:1 and brightness of 350cd/m2.

Other ports include mini DisplayPort, DisplayPort 1.2, dual HDMI 1.4 ports, a legacy VGA 15-pin DSUB, and a four-port USB 3.0 hub. The P4317Q can accept input from multiple sources simultaneously — if you had four separate systems you needed to control, you could run all four independent from the same monitor simultaneously that provided you have the appropriate video ports on each system.

As you have probably guessed, the P4317Q is not cheap at $1,350, but it does come with a 3-year Advanced Exchange Service, three-year Limited Hardware Warranty, and a Premium Panel Guarantee that kicks in if just a single bright pixel is found. It’s also available to purchase immediately.