JVC Professional PS-840UD 84-inch LCD Monitor
The new JVC Pro PS-840UD monitor features the company's latest LCD panel technologies that helps the display produce a 3840x2160 resolution.

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JVC Professional says the PS-840UD 84-inch 4K monitor will be available in January 2013 for less than $20,000.
October 23, 2012 By CI Staff

The latest buzz term in both the commercial and residential video market is 4K, and most video experts say the improvement in appearance from traditional HD to 4K is dramatically noticeable.

The Skinny: Increasingly many manufacturers are announcing 4K video products that deliver a resolution that is approximately twice what traditional HD video delivers.

The Specs: This past September, JVC Professional joined the ranks of video manufacturers announcing 4K video products when it introduced its PS-840UD monitor for the commercial market. The new PS-840UD is an 84-inch display that offers a 340x2160 resolution, as well as Intel’s open pluggable specification (OPS) for digital signage applications. JVC Professional claims the PS-840UD is the first 4K monitor that is engineered specifically for commercial use.

Solutions: JVC Professional says the PS840UD 4K monitor is engineered for high-performance digital signage and other commercial usages.

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