SIM2 CinemaQuattro 4K DLP projector is priced at $158k, makes you think

SIM2 4K Projector

SIM2 has released a sequel to its former model, called CinemaQuattro 4K DLP projector. This project is one of a kind, as its price matches the price tag of two sport cars. At $158k you’ll get a 4K (4,096 x 2,160) resolution and a projector the size of a two desktop computers. If your thinking that this years model is a little expensive then you can buy the previous one for $58k, a steal compared to this.

Source: Engadget

LG EA93 29-inch display is debuted with a 21:9 aspect ratio

 

LG EA93 29-inch monitor

Screen sizes have been growing and growing rapidly since the last decade. On the other hand, screen ratios have been changing too. First, we started off with square screens, then we moved on to wide angled views, and now we’ve reached extreme wide-view displays. With LG’s EA93 29-inch IPS display you’ll be viewing your computer with a 21:9 aspect ratio. This new IPS screen idea will feature a WQHD resolution (2,560 x 1,080 pixels) and support a four-way split-screen view. In addition, it also contains an HDMI and USB 3.0 port. Finally, you’ll probably need rethink what you’ll be buying the next time you need a new monitor.

Source: Engadget

 

Sony 84-inch 4K Bravia KD-84X9005 is debuted, better then 3D and HD put together

 

Sony 84-inch 4K Bravia KD-84X9005

Television technology has been changing since its invention. However, within the last decade the technology used on our TVs have changed so rapidly, that we’ve moved from analog, to digital, to HD, to Full HD, to 3D, and now finally to 4K TVs. Keeping that in mind, Sony has just released a 84-inch 4K Bravia KD-84X9005, but the only problem is that we’re missing a lot of content. So other than the London 2012 Olympics your going to find it hard searching for 4K content, because 4K content needs to be filmed with a 4K camera, of course. However, if you wait a couple of years, this whole playground will be changed upside down.

Source: Engadget