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Let's face it, high-resolution panels have been stuck in the mud for years. It's been, what, five years since the 30-inch, 2560x1600 panels hit our desktops and noth - ing has advanced. The only real change in monitor - land has been a decrease in resolution to 2560x1440 with 27-inch panels and excitement over buying reject 27- and 30-inch screens from Korea. That's all ex - pected to change next year at least, for people with deep pockets. In 2013, expect to see 4K panels with resolutions of 4096x2160 hit the streets. A monitor such as Eizo's 36.4-inch DuraVision FDH3601 (below) is the equivalent of ganging four 1080p 23-inch panels together for but $35,000. Eizo won't be the only 4K panel maker, though. ViewSonic has been showing off its VP3280, which boasts 3840x2160 on a 32-inch pan - el. Resolutions are expected to continue to climb, too, with Intel forecasting that desktop monitors will hit 4800x2700 by 2015. By then, the company thinks, a 2560x1600 17-21-inch monitor will be mainstream. PIXELS GALORE


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