Superb ultra-high resolution image quality on one of the largest monitors available, at 120" Class (diagonal)
MONTVALE, N.J., Nov. 3, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America (SIICA), a division of Sharp Electronics Corporation (SEC), introduced today the new 120" class (diagonal) 8M-B120C 8K Ultra-HD Professional LCD display, designed to convey unparalleled lifelike image detail and quality, for brighter, livelier big-screen images.
The 8K monitor packs in 33 million pixels, four times more than a 4K panel, creating vivid image quality and realistic depth and texture for an incredibly immersive effect, putting you right inside the scene. Employing a wide-color-gamut color filter and optimized LED backlight phosphors, the display reproduces improved gradations of red, blue and green in the pixels. This allows it to deliver brilliant clarity and is perfect for environments that require exceptional detail, including corporate lobbies, showrooms, museums and video production.
"We're excited to offer our largest display with the highest image quality to date, creating an incredibly immersive effect that puts the user right inside the scene," said Gary Bailer, Director of Product Planning & Marketing, Pro AV Products, Sharp Imaging & Information Company of America. "Delivering overwhelming reality never seen before on a display, the new 8K display highlights the long history of innovation at Sharp and provides additional value for customers who want the very best."
The 8M-B120C provides continuous operation for up to 16 hours a day and is embedded with 70-watt, multi-speaker audio system. The display comes with flexible installation and easy connection via a single HDMI cable and a LAN port that allows you to connect the monitor to a PC. It can also connect to four PCs via video cables to show content on one large screen. In addition, it comes bundled with a floor stand and wall-mounting brackets.
The new 8K display is available on a special-order basis and orders may be placed immediately.