Dell released a 5k display a little while ago.
no to lazy, 4k sounds more impressive than 2160pDell released a 5k display a little while ago.
5k will arrive before 8k. The k "standards" are really not exact science, just resolution near even 1000's, as we are too lazy to say things like 2880p.
NO. UHD is 3840x2160 and nothing else. 4K is 4096x2160, it's a cinema standard whose name has been stolen for marketing a consumer one.It's pretty obvious that UHD is anything above 1080p, and that QHD is 4k and up.
"avergae" consumer deserves that for being uneducated about something as simple as screen resolutions.I'm sure it must be a bit confusing to avergae consumers that they first measured resolution VERTICALLY (e.g. 720p, 1080p), and now suddenly do a 90 degree turn and measure it HORIZONTALLY (4k, 5k etc).
5X is essentially 4 times 2560x1440p, or QHD. For the past couple of years 1080p has been marked as the consumer standard, and QHD for "graphic professionals". now that 4K is being marketed as the new consumer standard, graphic professionals need their QHD doubled on both axis as wellI don't see why they are introducing 5k when 4k has not even popularized enough yet, is still too expensive, and is too much for a typical graphics card to handle well. We need a good 5 years until 4k is normal.
iPeople...Dell is going to sell their 5k monitor for $2500. How is Apple going to make an iMac out of that thing? Who's going to want to spend $3000 on a barebones iMac?
Where did you come up with that? QHD (or Quad HD) is 2560x1440, which is four times 1280x720.It's pretty obvious that UHD is anything above 1080p, and that QHD is 4k and up.