They came too late for the iPad 3, but Sharp has now begun producing ultra-high resolution LCD panels based on its IGZO technology. Sharp today said it was making available 32in, 3840 x 2160 panels - that's 140 dots per inch - for monitors, plus 10in, 2560 x 1600 (300dpi) and 7in, 1280 x 800 (217dpi) for tablets. IGZO stands …
That's a bit small by today's standards isn't it?
Nearly everyone I know has at least a 40" lcd telly these days.
Re: 32 inches?
And that relates to an announcement of a 32" HD monitor display how?
Do we actually have one tiniest scrap of evidence for the "iTV", beyond Jobs' dying words? I reckon he just wanted to hoax the entire industry, personally.
I want a super hi res monitor like that more than almost anything. Tech lust has taken over me.
That 30" dell you bought me for my birthday... it's out of date. I'll have one of these please. Oh, and a cuppa would be nice,
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Why not a 32in iMac
If an iMac came in 32in format or Apple Monitor - this would be a significant improvement - basically, you have both a reasonable PC to use at the heart of a media centre.
Now if only they'd add an HDMI connection to bang a Xbox or PS3 on it.
Why not indeed?
If they think they can sell one of these as a Thunderbolt model I don't doubt they can afford the tooling-up costs.
It would work very nicely with a high-res OS X redesign as well.
Why do smaller pixels allow more light through? Surely the more pixels there are the more dead space around each pixel and the less light is transmitted? Someone enlighten me please.
Isn't it just like candlepower? A million candles is a million times brighter than one candle. Very useful analogy if you are going to be using your monitor or telly or whatever this thing is to read a book by :)
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