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Everyone knows that If this was Apple releasing a 4k for 5,500 everyone would be saying "typical Apple with their overpriced stuff!" but since it's Sharp no one bats an eye at the ludacris price.. typical
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Everyone knows that If this was Apple releasing a 4k for 5,500 everyone would be saying "typical Apple with their overpriced stuff!" but since it's Sharp no one bats an eye at the ludacris price.. typical

$5,500 for a 32" 4K monitor is cheap considering Sony has a 56" 4K monitor for $77,119
    
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$5,500 for a 32" 4K monitor is cheap considering Sony has a 56" 4K monitor for $77,119

Eww does that thing have to be so ugly tongue.gif
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$5,500 for a 32" 4K monitor is cheap considering Sony has a 56" 4K monitor for $77,119

Where would you see one of these? Hospital/radiology?
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Will wait another 10 years before I can even afford it, confirmed.
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Will wait another 10 years before I can even afford it, confirmed.
Well - for a high resolution gaming you dont need to get a 4K display even now - for approx 1000 eur one can get either 5x1080p or 3x 1440p Koreans - the 4K offers just bezelless experience for quite a price premium. Now assuming some "reasonable" amount of disposable income (as high resolution gaming I would assume is something one does with disposable income) and expectation that the price of these displays drops even further when the panels go into mass production "properly" then I would speculate that it should not take 10 years - more like ~3 perhaps when such panels can be had somewhere ~1500 eur price range. Perhaps even lower if the Koreans get their hands on some A- panels and do a displayport only model (which allows one to skip the control board to a large degree as displayport is capable of driving the panels directly supposedly).
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Looking at the Japanese spec page, it has 1 Display port and 2x HDMI. It sounds like you can have two HDMI signals at once (split screen I'm assuming), or the single DP. My Japanese isn't better any better then googles though.

It may be like the Eizo 4K monitor where you need 2 DVI-D for input. I think it is one single screen with the two cables though. I do wonder if there are going to be compatibility issues with the single DP input since the Eizo required the use of two.
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Everyone knows that If this was Apple releasing a 4k for 5,500 everyone would be saying "typical Apple with their overpriced stuff!" but since it's Sharp no one bats an eye at the ludacris price.. typical
It's the only one of its kind; they can charge whatever they want.
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Originally Posted by jcrew3002 View Post

Everyone knows that If this was Apple releasing a 4k for 5,500 everyone would be saying "typical Apple with their overpriced stuff!" but since it's Sharp no one bats an eye at the ludacris price.. typical

$5,500 for a 32" 4K monitor is cheap considering Sony has a 56" 4K monitor for $77,119

That is quite literally 4x 1920x1080 displays combined.
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Well - for a high resolution gaming you dont need to get a 4K display even now - for approx 1000 eur one can get either 5x1080p or 3x 1440p Koreans - the 4K offers just bezelless experience for quite a price premium. Now assuming some "reasonable" amount of disposable income (as high resolution gaming I would assume is something one does with disposable income) and expectation that the price of these displays drops even further when the panels go into mass production "properly" then I would speculate that it should not take 10 years - more like ~3 perhaps when such panels can be had somewhere ~1500 eur price range. Perhaps even lower if the Koreans get their hands on some A- panels and do a displayport only model (which allows one to skip the control board to a large degree as displayport is capable of driving the panels directly supposedly).

I look forward to the day they get their hands on them, as I've seen their pretty displays, it would do well for companies to save the 4 cents in royalty for device using HDMI, and $10,000 annually for licensing fees. Displayport is royalty free, now if more devices implemented it into their configurations, it would be a God-send. But HDMI is the mainstream thing right now.
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