The Sharp 8M-B32C1 is a new monitor announced by the company whose proposal is the highest possible resolution in a panel of contained size. The product is thus posited as a device of striking sharpness and infinite detail.

Sharp 8M-B32C1, ultra high definition monitor

Sharp’s new product , the 8M-B32C1 monitor , breaks the barrier of 4K desktop displays . And it is that this brand new model brings to the computer table a resolution that was currently practically limited to the largest televisions. We are talking about a device with support for 8K resolution , in a diagonal as contained as 32 inches .

Monitor Features

The model presented by Sharp does not seek to break with the canons of design, as it adheres to a tremendously conservative type of aesthetic. Physically, this device can go as unnoticed as any other discrete monitor on a store shelf. It even departs from such a widespread trend in the market as that of thin bezels. The frame that supports the panel is more than generous, like its base, to a certain extent something is enough.

Sharp 8M-B32C1

Going into the matter, what the Sharp 8M-B32C1 offers us is an LCD panel , with a 32-inch diagonal , capable of reaching an 8K resolution of 7,680 x 4,320 pixels . The display supports HDR , HLG and PQ .

More detail of the Sharp

The rendering of details is extremely high and faithful, up to 280 dpi (pixels per inch). So it is an ideal model to enjoy streaming movies and video , and even TV shows. Note that the screen offers a color coverage of Rec. 2020 of 85% ; provides up to 1.07 billion screen colors ; achieves 800 cd / ㎡ , 1,000 cd / ㎡ (peak) brightness ; has a 1,000,000: 1 contrast ratio ; with a response speed of 9 milliseconds ; and 176 ° viewing angles .

Additionally, this model features SHARP Advanced UCCT technology , designed to display with high uniformity while suppressing color and gloss unevenness. Product connectivity features six HDMI inputs ; a DisplayPort ; 3.5mm stereo minijack ; one USB Type B port and one USB Type A port .

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