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4K Finally in Play: The Macbook Pro’s first rivals emerge

After Apple wowed consumers with its Retina displays, Asus is set to take a piece of the Ultra HD pie with its late...

4K Finally in Play: The Macbook Pro’s first rivals emerge

After Apple wowed consumers with its Retina displays, Asus is set to take a piece of the Ultra HD pie with its latest offering, the Zenbook NX500. Beating Apple’s 2,800 x 1800 Retina, Asus’ Ultrabook boasts a 15.6-inch, 3,8420x2, 160 IPS display and is set to ship with new tech they’re calling “Quantum Dots.” A larger colour gamut, better brightness and power saving is what Quantum Dots promises, and it’s rumored that Apple is looking into the technology as well.

 

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To power the 4K display, Asus packed an i7 Quad Core processor and an nVidia GeForce GTX 850M into the Zenbook NX500, which is expected to ship later this summer.

 

Sharp, on the other hand, has its sights set much higher. Although still in its prototype stages, Sharp’s 8K (yes, Eight Kay) display will pack a staggering 7,680 x 4,320 resolution in just 13.3 inches. That’s 664 pixels per inch. The Retina has 220. The numbers game is on.

 

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