Sharp introduces 32 “screen with associate professor resolution and multitouch




Sharp will release a 32 “monitor with resolution associate professor. The screen supports multitouch and is also to describe. Using a special pen The standard of the screen is designed so that the screen can be used to write. Tilted

The IGZO panel has a resolution of 3840 by 2160 pixels representing a pixel density of 138 ppi and uses LED lighting in the edges of the screen. The screen brightness amounted to 300 nits. According to Sharp, the screen is the thinnest in its class with a thickness of 36mm, already announced earlier this month Asus already a slightly thinner associate professor monitor of the same format but has no touch operation.

The PN-K322B, such as the monitor is called, has the “palm cancellation ‘mentioned by Sharp, which ensures that the screen gives priority to the pen-input as the palm of the user on the idle screen while writing.

The monitor images can be provided through two HDMI inputs and a display port input, the screen also has a 3.5mm mini-jack output. Without considering the standard screen 9 kg and 16 kg with stand that. On July 30, will start selling in Japan, but a price has not yet named Sharp. When the screen is made available in other countries, is still unknown.

Sharp PN-K322B Touchscreen LCD Monitor



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