Computer users, not couch potatoes, will lead the way on 4K high-definition TV The television industry swamped last week’s Consumer Electronics Show (CES) with dozens of new super high-definition sets, but got in return a collective yawn from journalists, analysts and the buying public. So is the new standard, known generally as “4K,” dead on […]
Apple plans 4k Computer Monitor integration into new Mac Pro For those of you, like me, who watched the entirety of Apple Computers WWDC 2013 screencast, you noticed further confirmation that 4k computer monitors are on there way—and here to stay. If you missed it, it was amazing and definitely worth checking out. You can […]
Quick, think of the biggest tablet you have ever held in your hands! Okay, now imagine a slate with a diagonal size twice as big and you’ll get something like this new 20-inch tablet by Panasonic. 20 inches sounds a litle overwhelming for a tablet—but I can only imagine how stunning that 4K Resolution Display […]
See on Scoop.it – 4k computer monitor http://www.christieemea.com (Post Edited: Christie 4K Solutions for Business on Display at IBC Europe http://t.co/pX5BXqtrBj) It doesn’t exatly fit perfectly into the 4K Computer Monitor genres, but you’ve got to admint that this 4K display is so cool! I know I want one! Cheers, Reynolds
It’s happening! 4K Computer Monitor Rumors and News is flowing out tech giants like Samsung, Sony and Panasonic almost on a daily basis. The latest occurrence comes from the brilliant minds at Sharp. They’ve recently been showing off their 32″ IGZO LCD 4K Computer Monitor. Sharp’s IGZO 4K Computer Monitor is build with the exacting […]
Panasonic Unveils Native 4K BT-4LH310 LCD Production Monitor Panasonic is hedging its bets on the future of 4K as it relates to video production. Read more from DVI News about Panasonic’s 4K BT-4LH310 LCD Production Monitor.
Eyes-on with Sony’s brilliant 4K OLED monitor prototypes Read more from engadget.
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