CMO QFHD LCD TV

Hi-def schmi-def. Chi Mei Optoelectronics just upped the ante with their 56-inch quad full high-definition (QFHD) display, rocking a 3840x2160 resolution—8.29 million pixels for those of you keeping track. The LCD display, which they claim is the highest resolution 56-incher around, is powered by 24.8 million transistors pushing 1.4GB a second of high resolution goodness. We'll leave it up to you to find enough pixels to run through this thing. There's no word on the inputs available but knowing that Apple's 30-inch Cinema Display needs dual DVIs just to power a measly 2560x1600 we're hoping that CMO has a similar solution that goes beyond just upsampling some HD content. We don't know the price (we're guessing something along the lines of a crapload of cash) but we do know that this pixel monger should be available next fall, making it the perfect holiday gift for that certain special Engadget staff member. Better get saving!

[Via DigiTimes]

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