4K display technology, a.k.a. 2160p, a.k.a. 4096 x 2160 resolution, is primarily found in movie theater projectors right now. But Japanese display maker Eizo thinks it also belongs on your desktop. For 36,000 dollars.
Eizo has brought out the SX2461W-U, a 24-inch monitor aimed at the color-blind. It's got 1920 x 1200 resolution, and a contrast ratio of 850:1 and brightness of 300 cd/m2. Rather like their previous 19-incher, the Eizo uses Color Universal Design (CUD) technology, which uses different color schemes and shapes to…
The 30-inch ultra-high-rez (2560x1600) monitor derby heats up even more now with Eizo jumping in with its SX3031W-H display, to be released first in Japan December 19th and maybe even making its way to US shores before too long. If so, it'll have to compete against 30-inchers at that same resolution from Apple ($1,799)