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Eizo to display 36.4″ 4K resolution monitor at NAB 2012

It has been determined that Eizo will be showcasing an LCD monitor at NAB 2012 (running from April 14 to 19) which offers up a 4K resolution. The FDH3601 monitor comprises a 36.4-inch sized screen with 10-bit colors, while its biggest, boldest feature is the super high 4,096 x 2,160 resolution.

It has been determined that Eizo will be showcasing an LCD monitor at NAB 2012 (running from April 14 to 19) which offers up a 4K resolution. The FDH3601 monitor comprises a 36.4-inch sized screen with 10-bit colors, while its biggest, boldest feature is the super high 4,096 x 2,160 resolution.

 

It's been said by the manufacturer that the display is capable of delivering 100% sRGB coverage in color gamut along with a "perfect smooth tone reproduction across the screen". The monitor has a 16-bit lookup table supporting up to 278 trillion colors, while its maximum brightness is 700 cd/m2 with a contrast ratio of 1,000:1 and response time of 8ms.

The FDH3601 has actually been selling in Japan already for quite some time now, but it's unlikely if it does go on sale in the U.S. or elsewhere it will work out to be much, if at all cheaper. Currently in Japan it sells for a highly absurd 2.88 million yen (about US $35,700).

Source: Zone-Numerique

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