Wednesday, April 11th 2012

EIZO DuraVision FDH3601 On Display at NAB 2012

EIZO's 4K posterboy, DuraVision FDH3601 will be up for display on the 14th of April at the NABShow 2012, in Las Vegas USA, a convention of creative professionals and production houses. What makes this 36.4" PC monitor an eyeball magnet (literally), is that it sports a 4K resolution (4096 x 2160 pixels), and has a bleeding-edge featureset for content-creators. So high is its resolution, that it requires two dual-link DVI connections (or two DisplayPort connections, provided they transport two TMDS links each). It can deliver 100% coverage of the RGB palette, with the ability to reproduce 278 trillion colors. Other vital stats include 700 cd/m² brightness, 1000:1 contrast ratio, 176° and 176° (H and V) viewing angles, and 8 ms response time. The DuraVision FDH3601 was first announced in 2011. It costs a little over $35,000.

Source: Zone Numerique
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19 Comments on EIZO DuraVision FDH3601 On Display at NAB 2012

#3
hardcore_gamer
4K resolution has 8 million pixels. 4 times that of a 1080p display.:D
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#4
dieterd
35k$!!! oh no - it just shows how faaaaar away it (4k res) really is from beeng affordable :(
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#5
Captain.Abrecan
by: hardcore_gamer
4K resolution has 8 million pixels. 4 times that of a 1080p display.:D
What's the ratio for 1080p to 2560x1600? Must be pretty close to 2.
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#6
ZoneDymo
finally some progress, not reduce the monitor size to 30 inches or less and put it up for an affordable price.
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#7
DarkOCean
Nice but 35k is alot of money.
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#9
Octavean
Only $35K,.....I'll take two,....!!!
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#10
blibba
I they did this at 30" or less, I'd be interested. Preferably 25-ish inches. Not that I can afford it, of course.
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#11
imitation
This has been reviewed in the most current issue of the german magazine c't. Basically, the display just kicks ass :D but is a tad bit expensive at 25000€. Also, since it requires two DL-DVI connectors, it shows up as two individual screens that need to be joined with Eyefinity or Nvidia's equivalent - without Eyfinity it is a bit of a hassle to use.
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#12
[H]@RD5TUFF
Proof that UHD is right around the corner!
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#13
Mega-Japan
2 DVI's? Display Port cannot achive this? How slow are we advancing? I seriously thought 4k TVs/monitors were already in production at some Asian factory =_=;
I am disappoint. Here we have 10" iPads with a 2048x1536 resolutions, and we can't even get a 36" display at 4k without selling all our organs in one convenient bundle :banghead:
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#14
JMccovery
I wonder how many 7970s/680s/7990s/690s it would take to run 5 of these in 5x1 portrait... 10800x4096 anyone? :D
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#15
Frick
Fishfaced Nincompoop
by: Mega-Japan

I am disappoint. Here we have 10" iPads with a 2048x1536 resolutions, and we can't even get a 36" display at 4k without selling all our organs in one convenient bundle :banghead:
It'll come. This is just the beginning and the new iPad is pretty new still so the higher resolution have to mature a bit in the minds of the consumers. Is my theory at least. Give it like a year or so.
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#16
moonlord
by: JMccovery
I wonder how many 7970s/680s/7990s/690s it would take to run 5 of these in 5x1 portrait... 10800x4096 anyone? :D
I think 4 Quadro 6000 are enough ;)
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#18
DaC
So they will actually finance the finished product with pre-order money and won't give a thing back to those of the pre-order.... lol...... one must be pretty stupid to buy it 5 months ahead of launch...
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#19
OneCool
278 wait for it TRILLION colors!!

HOLY CRAP!! :eek:

Didnt even know there was that many :o


35k now $10 ten years from now :rockout:
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