Android 4.3 brought support for 4K resolutions out there, but there are some devices out there that would rather work with Apple technology. Sharp has a 32 inch 4K resolution touch display with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels.


Sharp announced that it will offer drivers for the 32 inch display, that include support for Mac OS X users. This 32 incher was introduced at CES 2013, so it’s almost dated technology, if we can call it that. This panel may be seen as some sort of mega tablet, but for those of you worried about its bulkiness, I’m sure that in a year or two we’ll be sporting 4K 10 inch slates.

The screen uses an IGZO LCD panel and the touch interface uses capacitive technology and offers pen input. The display is aimed at retail and commercial applications, but don’t get fooled by these pretentious names, since I’ve seen such big screens at McDonald’s with children playing touch games on them…