Apple offers 32" Sharp 4k display:
Apple has started offering its 32 inch Sharp 4K Ultra HD LED monitor in its European stores. The Sharp 4K monitor sells at £3,499.00 (approximately $5,700) and has been reportedly on the store since November 30. This 32 inch IGZO Sharp 4K Ultra HD monitor has a resolution of 3840 x 2160 and offers 1.07 billion color palette with and 800:1 contrast ratio.
This comes after Apple's recent announcement of Mac Pro launch; the upcoming Mac Pro will support up to three 4K displays. As reported earlier, Mac Pro might be available from December 16 (according to a German authorized reseller).
There has also been a rumor of Apple preparing its own 4K displays. This speculation came up when a new lot of display panels appeared on AUO signalling a possible launch of Apple's Thunderbolt displays.
Apple's 32" Sharp 4k monitor comes with a DisplayPort support but without any support for Mini DisplayPort adapter.
This super-high resolution display allows you to view the content of four full HD screens on a single seamless display. It also features IGZO technology, which supports increased pixel transparency and reduced current leakage, thereby making the monitor more energy efficient.
● 32-inch class (31.5-inch diagonal) screen size
● Ultra-high definition LED display
● 1.07-billion colour palette
● 350 cd/m2 brightness; 800:1 contrast ratio
● Built-in 2W per channel stereo audio system
● Landscape- and portrait-mode compatible
● View the content of four full HD screens on a single seamless display