Sharp to Put Its New 32 Inch LCD Monitor into Japanese Market

Sharp intends to introduce its new 32-inch-class LCD monitor into the Japanese market, the PN-K322B. It is an originally developed professional-use touchscreen monitor with high sensitivity and high precision, and PN-K322B delivers 4K resolution (3,840 × 2,160 pixels), up to four times the resolution of full HD.

The PN-K322B is the latest ultra-high-definition display of Sharp. Its high-precision touchscreen allows accurate onscreen handwriting of fine text and lines, with writing performed via a dedicated touch pen with a pen-tip width of just 2 mm. The display also supports multi-touch operation.

Thanks to IGZO technology and an edge-lit LED backlight, the PN-K322B boasts a slender profile with a thickness of just 36 mm, the thinnest in its class. An included stand allows the monitor to slide easily between two angles depending on the application: vertical for viewing the monitor or low-angle for onscreen writing and touchscreen operation.

The PN-K322B features a palm cancellation function that prioritizes pen input even when the user's hand is resting on the touchscreen. Input connectors on the PN-K322B are compatible with the latest DisplayPort™ and HDMI™ interface specifications, enabling the monitor to display 4K ultra-HD content delivered from a PC through a single-cable connection.

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