This 8K monitor can be viewed in 3D from all angles

This 8K monitor can be viewed in 3D from all angles

BOE introduced an interesting new 110-inch 8K display, which includes new 3D technology that allows you to view the monitor from all angles without the need for special glasses.

The Chinese brand unveiled the display at the annual European ISE 2023 conference as part of its enterprise display lineup, according to (via Wccftech). It has a QD (Quantum Dot) Mini LED backlight, which is already a potential monitor trend for 2023.

Samsung recently introduced the Odyssey Neo G9 gaming monitor with a 43-inch Quantum Mini-LED panel for its ability to produce deep blacks with minimal glare similar to OLED panels. A lens array technology solution and QD Mini LED backlight bring the screen’s 3D effects to life.

The BOE display also supports a 120Hz refresh rate and a 3D viewing distance of around five feet, which the brand aims to extend. With the focus on business, the display is designed to be viewed by multiple people at once. Specific use cases might be advertising or large-scale meetings.

BOE showcased several displays at the conference, including the 162-inch P0.9 Glass-based Mini Active LED. The monitor features an exclusive full grayscale gamma curve technology that delivers clear images on the darkest screens. The screen supports a maximum brightness of 1000 nits, as well as a high contrast ratio and low flicker rate.

Another 8K display is BOE’s 65-inch Mini-LED display. The monitor features an ultra-thin glass-backed design and 3024 Micro-LED local dimming zones, as well as support for outdoor or indoor wall mounting. It can withstand high temperatures, making it ideal for corporate clients, especially those who might need displays for outdoor events or advertisements.

BOE also showcased an 86-inch 4K whiteboard display, featuring capacitive and interactive touch capabilities. The display whiteboard supports 178 degree wide viewing angle and 20 point touch.

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