Christie “goes large and fast” with the official EMEA launch of its Christie QuadHD84 flat panel display, a versatile, quad high definition LCD flat panel that provides a unique interface for true 60Hz performance at a full 3840 by 2160 resolution with compatibility with both computer and video sources. The display has twice the actual update rate over consumer ultra-high definition (UHD) TVs available on the market today. The 84-inch size can accommodate the most demanding collaborative needs of research and development, government, education, business, and industry.
“The Christie QuadHD84 flat panel display offers compatibility with a wide variety of both high and standard resolution sources – the most critical aspect of any display solution and one that guarantees a superior system, whatever the configuration, ” noted Larry Paul, senior director of Technology and Visualisation Solutions, Christie. “At IBC 2013, we will be seeking to describe the exceptional versatility of this extra-large, yet easily deployable and affordable, ultra high-definition display.”
The native resolution of the panel is driven by four frame-locked HDMI or DVI sources at 60Hz. Users can quickly connect to high-performance workstations or image processors for greater flexibility. The panel has three additional single channel HDMI 1.4a inputs capable of full Quad HD resolution (3840 x 2160 at 30Hz) and each of those inputs are HD compatible enabling beautiful graphics scaled to fill the screen at up to 60Hz. Boasting 8.2Mpx and smooth motion, Christie’s QuadHD84 lets you focus on what really matters – the content.
The 84-inch Christie QuadHD84 is a high performance visualisation display that provides rich, pristine and detailed images, even up close, for the ultimate in realism. The super-fast refresh rate allows for smooth, real-time motion display of 2D content while its 50,000 hours illumination life makes it reliable and cost-effective.
The Christie QuadHD84 will be exhibited on the Christie stand (Hall 9, Stand C17) at IBC2013 at the RAI in Amsterdam.