Sharp PN-K321 to arrive as thinnest monitor in 4k2k genre

by Gareth Mankoo

The Japanese market will soon be graced by Sharp’s 32-inch LCD monitor, by the name of Sharp PN-K321. This was shown off at CEATEC, containing proprietary IGZO technology and 4k2k resolution (3840 x 2160 pixels). This is effectively four times the resolution of full HD. Being a professional display, having an ultra high-definition screen can be advantageous on many counts. Thanks to the smaller TFTs in its being, the Sharp PN-K321 increases the amount of transmitted light per pixel. What’s more is that the display wins the accolade of being the industy’s thinnest design at just 35mm.

The Sharp PN-K321 packs HDMI and DisplayPort support. This enables it to connect to a PC with a single cable.
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