ASUS introduced the 4K of resolution in a PC monitor, with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels and a GZO panel developed by Sharp.
We have seen in the last months how the 4K format has been introduced in different models of televisions, however in computer monitors its implantation was practically null until this date. ASUS has just presented its professional monitor PQ321, with a 4K resolution and with a diagonal of 31.5 inches and a IGZO (Indium gallium zinc oxide) panel, a technology developed by Sharp that we have already seen in some Smartphone.
Like we have said, the resolution of this monitor is of 3840 x 2160, the equivalent of four more times the pixels quantity founded in a 1920 x 1080 resolution panel. It offers LED illumination, support for a color deepness of 10 bits RGB, a maximum brightness of 350 cd per squared meter and and a response time of gray to gray of 8 milliseconds. And all of this with a maximum width of 35 millimeters, something possible in the most part to the IZGO panels that allows a higher miniaturization of components.
There is no details yet regarding its starting price or estimated launch date to the market, but we know we can see it directly Computex 2013 next week, where we will show with details this and other models in 4K format.