View­So­nic ist unter ande­rem mit zwei 4K-Moni­to­ren auf der CES 2013 ver­tre­ten. Einen Bild­schirm konn­te man bereits auf der Com­put­ex 2012 bewun­dern, den View­So­nic VP3280-LED, mit einer Dia­go­na­len von 32 Zoll und einer Auf­lö­sung von 3.840 x 2.160 Pixel.

Neu dage­gen ist die Ankün­di­gung eines 84 Zoll Ultra HD Bild­schir­mes (oder Werbetafel/Werbeschild wie es in der Pres­se­mit­tei­lung heißt). Die­ser soll sogar über Touch-Funk­tio­nen ver­fü­gen. Lei­der kein Mul­ti­touch-Dis­play, son­dern ledig­li­ch zwei Berüh­run­gen wer­den par­al­lel erkannt.

Ver­füg­bar­keit oder Prei­se sind aktu­ell nicht bekannt. View­So­nic geht aber davon aus das UltraHD Dis­plays bereits 2013 im kom­mer­zi­el­len Bereich ein­zug hal­ten wer­den.

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ViewSonic to Preview 84″ 4K Ultra HD Display at CES

WALNUT, CA, Jan 03, 2013 (MARKETWIRE via COMTEX) — The indus­try has been abuzz about 4K Ultra HD tech­no­lo­gy, and next week at CES 2013 will be no excep­ti­on. Dis­play tech­no­lo­gy lea­der View­So­nic Corp., comes pre­pa­red to dazz­le with not just one but Two 4K Ultra HD solu­ti­ons — inclu­ding a 32″ 4K desk­top dis­play and an 84″ 4K inter­ac­tive digi­tal sign.

As the lea­der in dis­play tech­no­lo­gy for more than 25 years, we have been at the for­e­front of many firsts, from ultra fast 2ms and 1ms moni­tors to 120Hz active ste­reo 3D desk­top dis­plays,” said Jeff Vol­pe, pre­si­dent, View­So­nic Ame­ri­cas. “We will con­ti­nue to clo­se­ly moni­tor the Ultra HD mar­ket, and are in posi­ti­on to pro­duc­tize quick­ly once con­di­ti­ons war­rant the ship­ment of solu­ti­ons that hold true to our value pro­po­si­ti­on.” View­So­nic will be one of the first com­pa­nies to show­ca­se this new 4K Ultra HD tech­no­lo­gy in its 32″ VP3280 desk­top dis­play. Gra­phic desi­gners, cine­ma­to­graph­ers and video­graph­ers will be able to get clo­ser to the nati­ve pixel reso­lu­ti­ons they are filming with on came­ra, whi­le con­su­mers will be able to gene­ra­te their own 4K Ultra HD con­tent with com­pa­ti­ble high reso­lu­ti­on video came­ras as low as the sub $5,000 ran­ge.

On the com­mer­ci­al lar­ge for­mat side, View­So­nic is pre­view­ing an 84″ two point touch 4K Ultra HD digi­tal sign on the CES show floor (Sou­th Hall #35807). This inter­ac­tive digi­tal sign extends the pos­si­bi­li­ties of 4K Ultra HD bey­ond the cine­ma envi­ron­ment toward com­mer­ci­al app­li­ca­ti­ons such as map­ping, GIS, the mili­ta­ry and satel­li­te image­ry, and other busi­ness uses bene­fit­ing from the trans­mis­si­on of top-qua­li­ty video. The com­pany pre­dicts that lar­ge for­mat 4K Ultra HD dis­plays will start to be adop­ted in com­mer­ci­al mar­kets in 2013.

Come by the View­So­nic boo­th (Sou­th Hall #35807) during CES Janu­a­ry 8 – 11, 2013 in Las Vegas, NV to expe­ri­en­ce the latest in 4K Ultra HD inno­va­ti­on, and recei­ve an inter­ac­tive demo of the company’s new 4K Ultra HD solu­ti­ons.

To set up a time to meet with ViewSonic’s exe­cu­ti­ves at the show, email To learn about all of ViewSonic’s CES announ­ce­ments as they hap­pen, as well as obtain hi-res pro­duct images, visit, or fol­low View­So­nic on the Com­pany blog, Face­book, YouTube and Twit­ter.

About View­So­nic Foun­ded in 1987, ViewSonic’s mis­si­on is to be the pre­fer­red glo­bal brand of visual solu­ti­on pro­ducts as we con­ti­nue to focus on dis­play-centric pro­duct offe­rings inclu­ding LED moni­tors, pro­jec­tors, digi­tal signa­ge dis­plays, and cloud com­pu­ting solu­ti­ons.

View­So­nic con­ti­nues to pioneer in visual tech­no­lo­gy inno­va­ti­on to build a con­nec­ted and ever-reaching digi­tal future. ViewSonic(R) Cor­po­ra­ti­on is head­quar­te­red in Wal­nut, Cali­for­nia. For fur­ther infor­ma­ti­on, plea­se visit

ViewSonic’s Fin­ch Club offers resel­lers an oppor­tu­ni­ty to bene­fit from spe­cia­li­zed pro­duct trai­ning and dis­counts. To sign up, plea­se visit

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