Eizo 4096x2160 pixels
Eizo’s new 36-inch monitor has 4096x2160 pixels

23 Jun 2011 | Rasmus Larsen |

Eizo has unveiled a new 36-inch PC monitor with a massive 4096x2160 pixel resolution. The DuraVision FDH3601 monitor is not exactly affordable, however. It costs 36,000 US dollars.

Eizo monitor with 4096x2160 pixels

Many PC users are begging for higher resolution displays and Eizo is here to deliver – well sort of. The incredible expensive DuraVision FDH3601 is nevertheless impressive.

Eizo DuraVision FDH3601
Eizo DuraVision FDH3601


With a LED backlit LCD panel Eizo has managed to incorporate 4096x2160 pixels spread across 36.5 inches. The monitor also comes with a 10 bit panel supporting 1073.74 million colors, 700 cd/m2 brightness, and a 1000:1 contrast ratio. The viewing angle is 176 degrees suggesting that the monitor is based on a Sharp ASV panel.

The DuraVision monitor naturally comes with all the advanced technology Eizo has been developing for the last few years, including their human presence sensor and the Digital Uniformity Corrector (DUE) that ensures perfect light homogeneity.

Eizo plans to release the industrial DuraVision monitor September 7, 2011, in Japan. The price is 2.88 million Yen or approximately 36,000 US dollars. Eizo hopes to appeal to for example flight control centers.



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