Apple itself apparently wants to establish no more displays, so that Mac users need to look for alternatives.
LG and Dell will demonstrate at CES 2017 in a few days more USB C displays.
MacBook Pro owners: LG-Ultrafine displays so far no alternative
Apple has apparently decided against it, still, occur in the future as a display manufacturer. Instead, the company points since the presentation of the latest models of the MacBook Pro on the new Ultra Fine displays from LG.
Here especially is LG Ultrafine 5K interesting that thanks to Thunderbolt 3 can operate over a single cable with 5K resolution.
“Thinnest display in the world” by Dell
It is nice of course when there are alternatives – especially because some users will find the design of the LG-Ultrafine displays not quite so pretty.
Here could help all things, a display of Dell: Dell has for CES 2017, one that begins tomorrow in Las Vegas S2718D Ultra-Thin Monitor with announced the – very Apple-like – to be the thinnest display in the world.
The connection is suitable for the new MacBooks via USB C.
However, the resolution is not even 4K 2560 times 1440 pixels. Appear to the display in the US on March 23 for $ 700, or about 660 euros.
32-inch 4K display from LG
From LG is also new monitors give to see at CES – including a 32-inch display called 32UD99 4K resolution, which, thanks to USB-C over a single cable to a MacBook (Pro) with USB C- can connect terminal.
As for displays with a 5K resolution and Thunderbolt port 3, the ultra-fine display seems to remain the only available display. But who can live with a (slightly) lower resolution, will see at CES interesting new models.