In Pictures: Meet the future of computing - 10 killer hardware advancements from Computex 2014

From new chips to super-fast storage and amazing connectivity improvements, the future of computing was unveiled at Computex.

Cheaper-than-ever 4K displays Technology naturally becomes cheaper over time, but Intel's working directly with display makers to drive down the cost of 4K monitors and all-in-ones pronto. The company's partnering with ViewSonic, MSI, TPV, and others to hopefully bring the cost of 4K monitors to a mere—cough, cough—$400 by the end of the year, and 4K AIOs down to sub-$1000 price points. Who knows? If the bet pays off, maybe the long-promised 4K revolution will finally catch a spark.

Intel wasn't the only company showing off 4K-pushing tech at Computex: DisplayLink and IO Data announced the first universal 4K graphics adapter, with a USB 3.0 connector at one end, a DisplayPort connector at the other, and plenty of technical trickery going on under the hood.

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