QuoteSharp has produced a 64-inch LCD monitor that provides screen resolution four times that of normal high-definition screens. Normal HD screens have 2 million pixel points. The new Sharp monitor, which is being shown off by the company at the Ceatec consumer technology trade show in Japan this week, sports a 4096 x 2160 pixel-line resolution--double the number of vertical and horizontal pixel lines offered by a normal HD screen. This comes to almost nine million pixel points. Small details, like plumes of smoke over an aerial shot of a rural village, can be picked out. The monitor can be divided into quarters and display four high-definition videos at once.