Sharp Announces Plans For OS X Compatibility On 32-inch 4K Touchscreen Monitor

Posted: Oct 8 2013, 11:06am CDT | by , in Technology News


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Sharp Announces Plans for OS X Compatibility on 32-inch 4K Touchscreen Monitor

No word on when drivers will be available

Back during CES in January, Sharp unveiled a new 32-inch 4K resolution touchscreen monitor. During the show no word was made of Mac OS X compatibility, but reports now indicate that Sharp is working on just that.

Sharp has announced that it will bring drivers supporting full OS X touchscreen support to the 32-inch 4K screen at a later date. There is no indication of exactly when those drivers will come. The display is aimed at retail and commercial applications and has a native resolution of 3840 x 2160.

The screen uses IGZO LCD technology and supports capacitive touch technology and pen input. The large-screen isn't something that you'll find in most homes or offices, but it's an interesting device nonetheless.

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