32-sized home screen with tremendous resolution and support forHDR In stores starting next year
It is probably too early to call the "4k as a Technology Which is available in every home and every pocket in the market, but technological development does not stop and also refuses to slow down, and now we are in the period when we are witnessing the first steps of the technology -8K, Even sharper and more advanced, on the long road to the heart of the mainstream.
After we received the ultra-unique UltraSharp UP3218K screen from Dell, which offered a 32-inch screen and resolution 8K With a recommended starting price tag of no less than $ 5,000 - now it seems that TPV Technology, which owns the Philips brand in the field of display, plans to join the celebration in a few months, with the 328P8K which may be similar to a product from more than one house.
Like the UP3218K, the new Philips model will provide consumers with a 32-inch (31.5-inch, to be precise) flat-panel panel, with IPS technology and a maximum resolution of 7,680 × 4,320 pixels - four times that of the familiar 4K screens. The Philips product will feature an average brightness of 400 nits, a static contrast ratio of 1,300: 1, a standard refresh rate of 60 Hz and 100 percent coverage of the sRGB and AdobeRGB assemblies - with this data leading most sources to appreciate that this is In fact the same display panel that Dell used on its screen, which comes from the display division of LG The Korean.
The Philips model will benefit from a number of additions that the competitor does not have, such as a built-in webcam and a pair of built-in speakers with a power of 3 watts each - in addition to a USB hub that will contain both the old USB Type-A connectors and the latest USB Type-C connectors. When the latter are supposed to support the ability to present Video From a computer, and also to charge it (if it is a product that needs it) based on a single one.
The Philips 328P8K will be characterized by a minute frame around the display panel, of course, and with a round plastic stand that seems to provide support for proper ergonomic adjustments. We still do not know how much the second home screen will include resolution 8K, But it's pretty clear that the very entry into the market (in the first quarter of 2018) should put pressure on Dell and create some gradual price cuts in this sector - a continuation of the cuts Dell has already made for its UP3218K over the past year, even without any practical competition. Of $ 3,900. The Philips model is also aimed at professional content creators, so it's likely that its price will not be an extreme market breaker - but we certainly hope for improvement, and squinting at price levels of $ 3,000 and even less.