nbsp;“4K displays provide exceptional quality benefits to gaming, where users are much closer to the screen than in other applications and the increased clarity is much more apparent. The QX-50 Ultra HD is the first complete, integrated gaming platform to have the performance and interface to drive these 4K monitors," Mullins said.
The QX-50 Ultra HD is also the first gaming platform able to support the new Mantle API, which brings game console levels of graphics performance to the PC. Mantle enables the traditional but cumbersome DirectX and OpenGL APIs to be bypassed and provides up to nine times the number of graphics calls per second.
The QX-50 Ultra HD utilises the same underlying APU and GPU technology that has taken the consumer gaming console world by storm in the form of the Playstation 4 and Xbox One.
Quixant has also extended its existing DisplayPort monitor range to include a selection of 4K Ultra HD monitors which are designed specifically for gaming. Available in several sizes from 39””, the new 4K Ultra HD monitors can be supplied with a multipoint touch screen which also boast the unique Dockport feature to combine display signals and touch signals into a single cable, simplifying cabinet wiring.
"Quixant is now able to provide a complete 4K Ultra HD logic box and monitor solution to gaming at a price point that makes sense. We believe this offers customers early access to increased performance, enhanced features and the next generation of display technology which will bring significant benefits”, he concluded.