Looking to purchase a high resolution monitor for all your high-resolution video or photograph-editing purposes? Well, Eizo has just announced a new display targeted at prosumers/consumers like you; if you’re willing to fork out a lot of cash. Called the DuraVision FDH3601, this 36.4″ monitor has a 4K2K resolution: that’s 4,096 x 2,160 pixels to feast your eyes on. While it’s going to take awhile before consumers can even get their hands on material designed for 4K screens, having one of these babies ensures you’ll be prepared in the future.
The DuraVision FDH3601 comes with two DVI-D ports, two DisplayPort inputs, a 1,000:1 contrast ratio, 799cd/m2 brightness and an 8ms response time. The monitor will be available this September in Japan and will be priced at $34,884 (2.8 million Yen). No word if it’ll make its way over to the US but if it does, it definitely won’t be hard to miss.
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