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high resolution, large screen lcd monitors/tvs?


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#1 zaroba

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Posted 30 December 2008 - 11:10 AM

does anybody know of any large size, high resolution lcd monitors?
by 'high resolution' i don't mean like 1920x1200. i mean more like 3840 x 2400 or higher.

i know a few companies have a 22" 3840 x 2400. but its only 22". something i would love is something along the lines of a 42" with a resolution of 3840 x 2400 or higher. maybe even 5760x3600. a large screen size while maintaining the image quality and desktop space that a similarly sized multi-monitor setup would give.

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#2 DJBPace07

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Posted 30 December 2008 - 11:10 PM

Once you get into resolutions that high, you leave most commercial monitors behind. You will need to go to a vendor that sells specialty monitors (often to graphic artists and architects) and be willing to spend thousands of dollars. What you're wanting is a WQSXGA, QUXGA, or WQUXGA monitor that is of a very large size and is extremely expensive. Most monitors using that type of resolution are only available with 22 inch or so monitors, some even require certain graphics cards, often a workstation Quadro card, for use. The largest high-resolution monitor on Newegg is the SAMSUNG SyncMaster 305T Black 30" with a resolution of 2560 x 1600, which isn't anywhere near what you're wanting.

Here is something that might explain it better, Wikipedia QXGA

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