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Bryan M. Wolfe
| October 8, 2013
Sharp Announces OS X Support For Its New 4K Touchscreen Monitor
Apple has never released a Retina display iMac. However, there is now an alternative of sorts, courtesy of Sharp. The company’s innovative 32-inch 4K touchscreen monitor will soon be compatible with OS X, according to Macotakara. Announced earlier this year, the PN-K322B display uses an IGZO LCD panel and offers a resolution of 3840 x 2160. This contains enough pixels to give a 1920 x 1080 Mac Retina quality resolution. Here's the monitor in action: http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_embedded&v=F1L4mrc_XdM Sharp has yet to announce when OS X support will arrive for the monitor, which is priced at around $4,000. Last month, Apple refreshed its lineup of all-in-one desktop products. The new iMacs include Intel Haswell processors, support for 802.11ac Wi-Fi, and more. See also: Sources Claim Apple Is 'Unable' To Launch Retina-Equipped iPad mini This Fall, and Apple Is Working On A Motion Touch Device For iMacs. Via: Cult of Mac