As the launch of the latest Mac Pro is approaching, Apple is selling Sharp’s 32” high definition LED Monitor in its international online stores
Apple Balla reports that ahead of highly anticipated launch of Apple’s new Mac Pro, the company started offering Sharp’s 32” monitor through its foreign online stores. The coveted, pricey 4K high definition LED monitor is being sold in the UK for £3499 ($5718.77). The monitor has 32” screen and 3840 x 2160 resolution. You can purchase the same monitor in the US. Amazon is selling it for $3200.
The Shap’s PN-K321, with 32-inch screen, 3840 x 2160 HD resolution, energy-efficient edge-lit LED backlight is highly desired by the professionals who want to be able to view detailed, precise, screen display. The monitor has super-high resolution, allowing users to watch four HD monitors as one seamless display. IGZO* technology allows this screen to reduce power leakage and provide higher pixel transparency, making it very energy efficient.
One possibility is that Apple is selling Sharp’s 32” display to give all the new users of Mac Pro something to work on until Apple’s own 4K monitor hits the stores. This is expected sometime in the next several months. Mac Book Pro with Retina is capable of driving one 4K display only. The new Mac Pro will be capable of supporting up to three 4K monitors.