For graphics-intensive work, you need a little more than the average monitor to meet your demands — and the Dell UltraSharp UltraHD 4K Monitor ($1,400-$3,500) is there for you with ridiculous pixel density and color precision. Available in two sizes, 32 inches and 24 inches, these monitors are made for graphic designers, photographers, video and game designers, CAD designers, and others who demand stunning resolution on a huge screen. The 32-inch model features 3840 by 2160 resolution on a 31.5-inch screen — while it and the smaller 23.8-inch screen are capable of delivering four times more visual information than your standard HD monitor. Both deliver excellent color reproduction, with support for most of the industry standards, precise calibration, and the ability to deliver nearly the entire color spectrum.
If you're getting tired of the all-brushed-aluminum motif you have going on your desk, it might be time to consider a replacement for your trackpad. The Oree Touch Slab ($200) is made from a single piece of premium walnut or maple wood, but still works as a fully-functioning trackpad. The trackpad also doubles as a numerical keypad, in case you're in need of one. It works with all versions of Mac OS, as well as Windows 7 or 8, and, while currently available for pre-order, will ship in late October.
Whether you like to paint, sketch, or draw, you know how important it is to have the best tools for the job — it's with that in mind that Wacom brings artists the Intuos Creative Stylus ($100). This professional-grade stylus brings manual creative control to a plethora of iPad apps, so you can make something beautiful even when you're away from your laptop or desktop. With 2048 levels of pressure sensitivity, you get the kind of fine-tuned control previously only possible with paper, and palm rejection lets you rest your hand on your iPad without making a mark. A long-lasting battery, Bluetooth connectivity, and a convenient carrying case mean you can go absolutely anywhere.