has said it will be showing off a number of displays at CES next week, including two UHD
screens. An 84-inch 4K display that could be used as an interactive digital sign will be accompanied by a more practical 32-inch 4K-resolution desktop display aimed at cinematographers and graphic designers.
The 84-inch signage will have a four-point touch capability, and has potential applications in mapping, satellite imagery, and in the mulitary, as well as for advertising. The 32-inch VP3280 IPS computer monitor will be capable of displaying 10.7 billion colors on its 450-nit display, with the company hoping it will help creators of UHD content develop their media.
Further details about the two screens will be revealed at CES, alongside other display products ViewSonic will be demonstrating at the trade event.