Sharp to release 32-inch Ultra HD monitor

The Japanese tech company Sharp will soon release a new 32-inch sensor display under the product name PN-K322B. The new monitor will be based on IGZO technology and will sport Ultra HD resolution (3840 x 2160 pixels) at 140 ppi. The device will also recognize up to 10 simultaneous touches.

Suitable for professionals, the Sharp PN-K322B also supports brightness of 300 cd/m2 and comes with two 2W stereo speakers, two HDMI ports and one DisplayPort. The Sharp PN-K322B may also be light on your energy bill – the monitor needs just 120 watts of power to operate.

The bad news is that the monitor will become available on July 30, so if you want it now you are out of luck. In addition Sharp will produce just 250 PN-K322B monitors per month and given the integrated technologies the monitor will not be cheap. By the way the pricing was not announced.


Source: Sharp

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