Sharp today introduced the 32-inch IGZO monitor, the PN-K322B monitor with 4K resolution and pen support. The PN-K322B is Sharp’s latest ultra-high-definition display with resolution of 3,840 X 2,160 pixels which is four times that of full HD. The monitor boasts a slender profile with comprising a thickness of mere 36 mm*2-the thickness in its class.
Moreover the monitor features a palm cancellation features which prioritizes pen input even the time when the user’s hand is still on the touchscreen. Input connectors enable the monitor to display 3 4K ultra-HD content deliveries from a PC via a single-cable connection as well as are compatible with the latest DisplayPort and HDMI interface specifications. The company says it will debut the monitor in Japan this month on July 30, 2013 while the price still not disclosed.