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EIZO DuraVision FDH3601 On Display at NAB 2012

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  1. btarunr

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    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.

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    35k :D :eek:
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    do want :O
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    4K resolution has 8 million pixels. 4 times that of a 1080p display.:D
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    35k$!!! oh no - it just shows how faaaaar away it (4k res) really is from beeng affordable :(
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    What's the ratio for 1080p to 2560x1600? Must be pretty close to 2.
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    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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    Nice but 35k is alot of money.
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    Only $35K,.....I'll take two,....!!!
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    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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    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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    Proof that UHD is right around the corner!
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    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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    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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    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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    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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    Look behind you!!
    278 wait for it TRILLION colors!!

    HOLY CRAP!! :eek:

    Didnt even know there was that many :eek:


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

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