Sharp put on their new 32-inch IGZO display with touch-sensitive surface and 4K resolution full support for the operating system OS X. Panel with a resolution of 3840 × 2160 pixels, which is four times larger than the standard high-definition Full HD, will go on sale this fall.
Information about the monitor with touchscreen will work with OS X shared journalists Macotakara, which captured a new product Sharp, connected to the MacBook Pro, the exhibition Ceatec Japan 2013.
The display is made of technology IGZO (indium, gallium, and zinc), through which provides excellent color reproduction and wide viewing angles. Supported by touch control with your fingers (up to ten simultaneous touches), or a special pen. Panel brightness of 300 cd/m2 applied LED backlight.
The model is equipped with stereo speakers rated at 2 W connector DisplayPort, two interfaces, HDMI, and a 3.5mm audio jack. You can use in portrait and landscape mode. Panel Dimensions are 750 × 390-575 × 207-493 mm (with stand), weight – 16 kg.
Based on the reports Macotakara, full support for OS X operating system will be implemented through specific drivers that will be available as a separate download package shortly after the monitor on the market.
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