Quintet TFT Displays


5 TFTs
I’ve had a dual TFT set-up for quite a while and couldn’t work without it. I will upgrade to triple TFTs at some point in the future once funds allow. That is until I saw these 5 TFT models, they make my dual TFTs look like something out of the dark ages. Just imagine the sheer amount of information you could display on that desktop (though you may need binoculars to read the furthest away screens.

The maximun resolution that these beasts run at is 19200 x 2400 or 46,080,000 pixels, which is absolutley crazy. You can even purchase an TouchScreen functionality option.

The range is called the Athens and you can find more info here. I do search the site and associated store for a price but to no avail, I find this generally means if the price isn’t listed I can’t afford it.

If the triple TFT option is affordable I’d be strongly tempted to go with that on my next upgrade but I think I’ll just have to dream about the Quintet display for now. If anybody gets one please send us a pic to publish here (but no gloating).
Quintet TFTS

12 reviews or comments

Marc Says: October 2, 2005 at 3:05 pm

How hollywood is that? That workspace is crying out for radars, protien folding displays, SETI progress and other pointless-but-cool visuals…

Al Says: October 2, 2005 at 3:47 pm

Moving the mouse from the left screen to the right could be classed as an exercise routine :)

Keith Says: October 3, 2005 at 1:04 am

This reminds me of the film “Swordfish” where there is also a 5-LCD panel integrated to form a single multi-network screen. Cool!!

DeeplyDippy Says: October 3, 2005 at 3:27 am

Yawn – it’s a fake

Oliver Says: October 3, 2005 at 4:01 am

Oh I soooo wan’t one of those beauties – But damn, what graphics card would you have to get to support that kind of setup?

Al Says: October 3, 2005 at 4:18 am

If this is a fake I’ll feel a bit of a sucker but looking at the site the store has no prices and everything does seem a bit too good to be true. I think I may have to put on my dunces cap, can anybody confirm either way if this another joke product?

Oliver Says: October 3, 2005 at 11:34 am

Why would someone bother to fake that?

It’s not funny.

The specs seems sensible (Well, sensible considering

Also it would have spent someone a really long tme to fake all of that site and the images etc…

Maybe it is a fake – but I seriously doubt it…

mck Says: October 3, 2005 at 5:57 pm

That looks awesome, sure beats my 19″ LCD! :P *adds on to Christmas list…*

John Anderson Says: October 3, 2005 at 10:12 pm

Uh, wasn’t this posted – and then debunked – on Gizmodo and/or BoingBoing a few weeks ago?

Al Says: October 4, 2005 at 8:33 am

Yeah I think we got suckered in by the beauty of the pics, will be reporting on a real 5 screen wonder very shortly (and theres even an 8 screen version, honest :))

» Forget Fake Quintet TFTs how about Eight » Coolest Gadgets Says: October 4, 2005 at 8:52 am

[…] If being made a plonker off with our report on the Quintet TFT Display we thought it only fair to find something better and *real* to report on. Digital Tigers produce multi-screen displays ranging from the boring dual TigerVista Duo right up to the monster 8 screen zenview Atlas priced a dollar short of 5K. […]

My Favourite 10 Gadgets in Year 1 » Coolest Gadgets Says: August 18, 2006 at 12:37 pm

[…] We got fooled by the Quintet Screen hoax then we found these monster displays. Sheer class. […]

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