As soon as LCD monitors became affordable I jumped at the chance to run multiple monitors connected to my PC. I have never looked back, starting with two displays, but soon moving to three. I now sit looking at three Dell 24-inch monitors all day. It’s great.Dell understand that having multiple screens hooked up is beneficial and desirable for a lot of geeks, especially in certain industries such as software development and the financial trading sector. But extra displays take up space and can lead to a cabling nightmare, so Dell has come up with an alternative: one giant 43-inch monitor that’s out-the-box ready to be used as if it’s four 1080p displays.The Dell 43 Multi-Client Monitor (P4317Q) is an impressive and massive display. It sports a resolution of 3840 x 2160 @ 60Hz with a contrast ratio of 1,000:1 and brightness of 350cd/m2. Combine that with a response time of 8ms, viewing angles of 178 degrees, and connectivity options including HDMI 1.4, DisplayPort 1.2, mini DisplayPort 1.2, and VGA. To top it off, Dell has embedded two 8-watt speakers and a 4-port USB 3.0 hub. <> Now, you are free to use the P4317Q as a single display, but Dell has included its Enhanced Display Manager software meaning you have the ability to split the monitor into four. By doing so you instantly get quad 1920 x 1080 displays side-by-side and without any borders. There’s also nothing to stop each of those 1080p outputs coming from different PCs hooked up to the monitor.As you’ve probably guessed, the P4317Q is not cheap at $1,350, but it does come with a 3-year Advanced Exchange Service, 3-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.I instantly want two for an 8-display configuration.