“No visible pixels even right up close.” BOE has reiterated the idea that there is no such thing as future proofing in the hardware hobby with its latest development, a 110-inch display that offers a staggering resolution of 16,000 pixels horizontally—a figure that would amount to 4x as many pixels as 8K, 16x as many pixels as 4K, and 64x as many pixels as 1080p. According to a list of specifications that HDTVTest’s Vincent Teoh captured at Display Week 2023, BOE’s panel, which is said to be a world’s first, features a resolution of 15360×8640, a refresh rate of 60 Hz, up to 400 nits of brightness, a contrast ratio of 1200:1, and 99% coverage of the DCI-P3 color gamut. Today’s flagship graphics cards are already plenty impressive, but gamers will presumably need an NVIDIA GeForce RTX 9090, DLSS 10, or whatever else to run future games on this 16K display at their full glory with path tracing and other demanding technologies.
BOE 110-Inch 16K Display Features
- Resolution: 15360×8640
- Refresh Rate: 60 Hz
- Luminance: 400 nits
- Contrast Ratio: 1200:1
- Color Gamut: 99% DCI-P3
- Extremely high resolution beyond the retina
- Enormous amount of display information
From a Vincent Teoh tweet:
Forget 8K. Here’s the world’s first 110-inch 16K display unveiled by BOE at #Displayweek2023. LCD-based, max 400 nits. The resolution is unreal though, no visible pixels even right up close.
Forget 8K. Here’s the world’s first 110-inch 16K display unveiled by BOE at #Displayweek2023. LCD-based, max 400 nits. The resolution is unreal though, no visible pixels even right up close. pic.twitter.com/kS7Tx0r4ZN— Vincent Teoh (@Vincent_Teoh) May 23, 2023