Remember when the first commercially available plasma TV’s cost $30k+? Well it was not long ago somewhere around circa 1997. So it comes as no surprise that the DuraVision 4k monitor from EIZO would cost around $35,000 for just 36.4″ of screen space. You will get however a monitor that is said to be capable of performing 24 hours a day seven days a week 365 days a year faultlessly for two years. But don’t ask for the two year and one day warranty though as no one knows what will happen.
What else does $35k get you? Well the DuraVision FDH3601 is a 4,096 x 2,160 pixels resolution monitor with a 1,000:1 contrast ratio. Luckily EIZO throw in two DVI-D ports, and an ambient light sensor that detects when you leave the room and goes into a sleep mode remembering your work. Also thrown in are two DisplayPorts plus a 799cd/M2 brightness and an 8ms response time.
16bit-adopted the LUT, when 8bit display will show the best color to about 16.77 million from the approximately 278 trillion colors. This will clear up the gray scale display, low to achieve a smooth gradation. In addition, DisplayPort is compatible with the input signal and 10bit, 10bit display when the color reproduction can be about 10 million colors richer than the 737.4 billion display 8bit.
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