To hell with 3D television — I'd rather have higher resolution. If the rest of the TV-buying public agrees with me, then you're looking at the super display of the future. This TVLogic LUM-560W rocks the rez known as Quad HD, showing 3,845 x 2,160 pixels of ultra-high-def, far beyond the paltry 1920 x 1080 of today's HDTVs.
This is one of a few superscreens peeking out from the future, showing off what might be commonplace a decade from now. Meanwhile, filmmakers with their high-resolution digital cinema files will love editing their flicks natively on this gorgeous display, teasing the rest of us while we languish in the brunt of the current 3D TV marketing onslaught.
There's no price announced on this screen yet, by the way, but we've seen similar monitors for $15K. If these high-resolution displays ever do become the norm, they probably won't be relying on broadcast delivery, which took almost a decade to upgrade TV stations from standard-def. Nah, these super screens will be showing us crispy-clean downloaded video, delivered over super-fast pipes. In Korea.
Via NAB Show