Gateway Unveils First 'Quad HD' Display

Gateway introduced its new top-of-the-line "Quad HD" display on Thursday, a 30-inch display that it says is capable of 1600p resolution, more than four times that of the traditional 720p display. The display upconverts standard definition to look like high definition, and can even convert 1080p -- the current highest resolution in which video is delivered-- to 1600p. Consumers could use a variety of inputs, including HDMI, DVI-D, VGA, component, S-Video, and composite interfaces.

Other features include a built-in six-port USB 2.0 hub and anti-theft software, allowing the display to be set to work with one PC only. Additionally it will include a built-in speaker system, and up to 2560x1600 resolution. The display is available through the computer maker's own channels and select retailers for $1,699.99.


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