CES: First look SHARP 85″ 8K TV

Sharp demoing their 85″ 8K TV.
· SUPER Hi-VISION: 16X MORE RESOLUTION THAN HDTV
· 7,680 (H) x 4320 (V) PIXELS
300 cd/m2 LUMINANCE 10 BITS FOR EACH R6B
· UV2A LCD PANEL

Sharp is also developing its “Super High-Vision” 8K displays. These fully immersive units offer dramatically higher resolution than any current HDTV televisions with an astounding 7,680 pixels of horizontal resolution. Unique LCD panel and proprietary high-vision video content driving technologies position Sharp to realize direct-view LCD high-vision for the mass-market in the near future, further cementing its status as a category leader.

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Comments

  1. So here is an obvious question. Can I plug a new high end video card into this and actually feed it the 7,680 (H) x 4320 (V), or did they pull the classic approach where the TV can display higher resolutions but you’ve got nothing that will feed it? 🙂

    • @absmith29 As long as your out putting device supports 8k it should work. On conventional TV’s the only issues I have had was with the FPS listing. The TV says 120fps or 240fps but it won’t let your computer output that high of a FPS/Hz range to the TV. Which sucks, cause 120/240Fps would be amazing when PC gaming. I wouldn’t expect gaming at 8k for a long time, its 33 mega pixels and right now most cards do 8 mega pixels and can barely hang, if at all.

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