ViewSonic to showcase 32 and 84-inch Ultra HD displays at CES 2013

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Display manufacturer ViewSonic has added its name to the Ultra HD race. They will be showcasing two Ultra HD displays at CES 2013 next week.

The 32-inch VP3280 desktop display, which is geared toward creative professionals and consumer enthusiasts, and the 84-inch two point touch 4K Ultra HD digital sign, which will be geared toward interactive applications, such as mapping, GIS, military and satellite, and other solutions requiring top-end video resolutions.

We will be sure to get a closer look at these displays when we head to CES next week!

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WALNUT, Calif. – The industry has been abuzz about 4K Ultra HD technology, and next week at CES 2013 will be no exception. Display technology leader ViewSonic Corp., comes prepared to dazzle with not just one but Two 4K Ultra HD solutions – including a 32” 4K desktop display and an 84” 4K interactive digital sign.

ViewSonic will be one of the first companies to showcase this new 4K Ultra HD technology in its 32″ VP3280 desktop display. Graphic designers, cinematographers and videographers will be able to get closer to the native pixel resolutions they are filming with on camera, while consumers will be able to generate their own 4K Ultra HD content with compatible high resolution video cameras as low as the sub $5,000 range.

On the commercial large format side, ViewSonic is previewing an 84” two point touch 4K Ultra HD digital sign on the CES show floor (South Hall #35807). This interactive digital sign extends the possibilities of 4K Ultra HD beyond the cinema environment toward commercial applications such as mapping, GIS, the military and satellite imagery, and other business uses benefiting from the transmission of top-quality video. The company predicts that large format 4K Ultra HD displays will start to be adopted in commercial markets in 2013.
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