Thursday, June 23rd 2011

New 36-inch Monitor From EIZO Packs 4096 x 2160 Pixels Resolution

With the current consumer PC display standard positively, definitely stagnated at 1920x1080 TV resolution, primed for Blu-ray movies and Xbox games modified for PC, the launch of every new PC monitor that crosses the 1080p mark is met with some celebrations. Display major EIZO's latest such creation is the 36-inch DuraVision FDH3601. This display sports a native resolution of 4096 x 2160 pixels.

The monitor likely uses a Sharp ASV panel with 170° viewing angles. Regardless, it's 10-bit, supporting 1.07 billion colors, is CCFL-illuminated with maximum brightness of 700 cd/m², and has 1000:1 static contrast ratio. The monitor also packs the Digital Uniformity Corrector (DUE), a feature EIZO has been working on for the last few years, that ensures perfect light homogeneity. Slated for a September 7, 2011 release in Japan, the EIZO DuraVision FDH3601 is priced at US $36,000.

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67 Comments on New 36-inch Monitor From EIZO Packs 4096 x 2160 Pixels Resolution

#1
naoan
stupid question :

if i watch some sd (or even hd 720p) movie with this monitor, won't it look bad?
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#2
BumbleBee
by: Shihabyooo
By then you'de be better off getting a holo-monitor.

Me just wondered, how much would a 3D version of this monitor cost ?


Samsung unveiled a prototype not to long ago. 70" 3D LCD with 240Hz refresh rate that can display 4000x2000 (4k x 2k) no release date or price but I bet it will be cheaper than this :)
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#3
theJesus
by: BumbleBee
http://cdn.idg.com.au/gim/id/40716/res/5

Samsung unveiled a prototype not to long ago. 70" 3D LCD with 240Hz refresh rate that can display 4000x2000 (4k x 2k) no release date or price but I bet it will be cheaper than this :)
Of course it will be cheaper, you can see in the picture that it says TFT
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#4
BumbleBee
by: theJesus
Of course it will be cheaper, you can see in the picture that it says TFT
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#5
AsRock
TPU addict
Love the looks, flat and sharp looking (Just what i loved about the older Samsung LCD's) but every thing else is fail..
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#6
BumbleBee
at least it has a tuner, scaler, HDMI port and is affordable.
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#7
Widjaja
Since this monitor is obviously not aimed at gamers I bet it runs at something like 14ms.

I'd be so pissed if it got even one dead pixel.
See that little black dot there!
No?
See! See! right there!
No?
Squint a little then!
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#8
HD4870
I don't like this monitor

I want it to be :

At least 50"

10-Bit color

2ms RT

178° viewing angles

~4kx~2k

21:9 AR

~1000$

With Ultra-HD Movie content in the market

With powerful enough Single-GPU cards in market

That is what I want , less than that and I am not interested :shadedshu
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#9
EarlZ
This is gonna be sweet paired with 4x GTX580's!
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#10
MxPhenom 216
Corsair Fanboy
by: JATownes
$36,000!!! Damn! I like a nice, big monitor as much as the next guy, but DAMN!! I don't care what the resolution is, that is just outrageous!
thats the price of a brand new car :roll:
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#11
MxPhenom 216
Corsair Fanboy
by: EarlZ
This is gonna be sweet paired with 4x GTX580's!
HD6990 CrossFire
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#12
Shihabyooo
by: nvidiaintelftw
HD6990 CrossFire
A quad SLIed 580s would smother them. Nvidia FTW :rockout:
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#13
theJesus
by: HD4870
I don't like this monitor

I want it to be :

At least 50"

10-Bit color

2ms RT

178° viewing angles

~4kx~2k

21:9 AR

~1000$

With Ultra-HD Movie content in the market

With powerful enough Single-GPU cards in market

That is what I want , less than that and I am not interested :shadedshu
Keep dreaming buddy
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#14
HD4870
by: Shihabyooo
A quad SLIed 580s would smother them. Nvidia FTW :rockout:
It is true that GTX580 is faster than HD6970

But :

1-CF Scaling with HD6000 series is better than GTX500 scaling

2-AMD Cayman scales way better with higher resolutions


by: theJesus
Keep dreaming buddy
I will till it comes true :toast:
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#15
Jonap_1st
by: EarlZ
This is gonna be sweet paired with 4x GTX580's!
cant wait to see your bills at the end of month..

by: HD4870
It is true that GTX580 is faster than HD6970

But :

1-CF Scaling with HD6000 series is better than GTX500 scaling

2-AMD Cayman scales way better with higher resolutions

I will till it comes true :toast:
HD6xxx CF and GTX5xx SLI had the same scaling. the problem is just which game do they favor better. so for this, they both wins..
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#16
bostonbuddy
by: Jonap_1st
cant wait to see your bills at the end of month..



HD6xxx CF and GTX5xx SLI had the same scaling. the problem is just which game do they favor better. so for this, they both wins..
If this was true I would have gone w/ SLI GTX 560 ti's instead of CF HD 6950's. SLI scaling was around 50% while CF scaling was ~90%
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#17
Funtoss
LMFAO @ the price!! far out!! too much :P
i'd rather buy 6 monitors and 10 pc's :P
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