8K monitor

8K monitor

A monitor with a 7680x4320 resolution. In 2017, Dell introduced the first 8K monitor with a total of 33 million pixels or nearly 100 million subpixels. See 8K TV.
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At the NAB Show booth, Sharp will exhibit a small-type 8K video camera along with various 8K related equipment from image input to output such as 8K camcorder, 8K editing equipment, and 8K monitor etc.
on display: small-type 8K video camera, 8K camcorder, 8K editing equipment, 8K monitor, 8K video wall (16-screen), 8K 5G transmission and streaming demo, 8K museum demonstration etc.
Dell continues its legacy of leading innovation with multiple firsts in the industry by launching the world's first 32-inch 8K monitor. The introduction of the type C docking has also opened a new wave of opportunities to leverage connectivity.
Dell has already said its 8K monitor works with Polaris-based Radeon WX 7100 GPUs, though the performance isn't optimal.
The Dell UltraSharp 32 Ultra HD 8K Monitor is the world's first 32-inch 8k resolution display.
In October 2015, the company released an 85-inch 8K monitor using an 8K LCD panel, and the advanced wideband digital satellite broadcast receiver compatible with 8K ultra-high-definition (UHD) broadcasts in 2016, followed in June 2017 with the release of a 70-inch 8K monitor.
When connected to Sharp's LV-85001 8K monitor, 33-megapixel ultra-high-definition images with 16 times the resolution of full HD can be displayed(3).
- New Products and Technologies to Be Exhibited, Including the AIoT Smart Home, RoBoHoN, and 8K Monitor -
NASA's 8K video is best watched on 8K monitors or televisions, which, admittedly, are still very few in number out there.
As talk of 8K monitors starts to circulate too, Anne Bondulich, Sony's marketing manager for surgical products, said the idea is that more clarity will offer more efficiency.
CES is also known as the place where CE manufacturers roll out bigger-and-better televisions, from the smart televisions of CES 2013 to the 84" behemoths of CES 2014 to the 8K monitors that were likely on display in Vegas this month (this article was written in November 2014) and should be in stores in time for the 2015 holiday shopping season.
You now have ultra-efficient processors running 14nm transistors and graphic cards which can take on mighty 4K and 8K monitors.