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[G3D] VESA Releases Specification For Higher Resolutions & Tiled Display

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"Display manufacturers are starting to develop advanced technologies, including 8K ultra-HD displays and displays that incorporate multiple video processors. These new display capabilities need to be identified and defined within the DisplayID standard for effective inter-operability and ease of use with other consumer and computer systems," said Bill Lempesis, executive director at VESA. "Keeping standards at the forefront of technology enables manufacturers to deliver the latest capabilities in display technology to the consumer. VESA is proud to be an association that propels advancements within the display interface industry."



guess what !! 4k is not Ultra HD after all smile.gif



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http://www.guru3d.com/news_story/vesa_releases_specification_for_higher_resolutions_tiled_display.html
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This wont catch on for another 4-5 years............we are just now getting not so outrageous prices for 4k TVs and when i mean no so outrageous i mean being able to buy a decent one for about $5k instead of $30k.
    
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