Full HD is a thing of the past: Eizo monitor has a resolution 4K2K

Remember the time when, with 800 x 600 monitors completely dominating the market, who had displays of 1024 x 768 was considered rich? Well, do not have much time, but the constant and rapid evolution of the technological world has led us to this new display from Eizo, the DuraVision FDH3601, which has the incredible resolution of 4096 x 2160 pixels (!) On a screen 36, 4 inches.

The monster, whose screen has a resolution four times greater than the current standard, Full HD, can hardly show their firepower in real applications. This is because currently the only operating system that supports such a resolution is Mac OS X Snow Leopard (and some Linux distributions for this change), and only two video interfaces are able to download it: good old HDMI (but only in its new version, 1.4) and DiiVA - never heard of it? Neither do I. Oh, and neither of these connections is present in the device, which features two DVI-D and two DisplayPort, and a contrast ratio of 1000:1 and 8ms response time.

Connect other device, such as cable TV receivers, Blu-Ray players or video games, well, you can even, but will have to be content to see a quad image on your screen, as this type of content is not produced in a higher resolution than Full HD. And the experience should be as enjoyable as the apps using the iPhone / iPod Touch into an iPad.

Finally, the cost of the new monitor DuraVision should keep you away from everyday consumers for a long time. This little beauty costs no less than 2.8 million yen, or something close to $ 65 thousand. Who sees?


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