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Originally Posted by DrDarkTempler View Post
They said something about 2020, so i guess we won't see this as a consumer product until 2020


Isn't Graphic card max at 1600p?

AMD/Nvidia got hell alot of work to do lol






$7,200? Hell no, 80inch from samsung is already like $70k~

This one would cost around $100k-$150k (for early release or prototype)

Well, even if it came out tomorrow...what are you going to play on it? A 1080p bluray?
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post #52 of 109
Super High vision? Mostly legal in California...
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Would be cool if it had 9x Displayport connectors or something so it could be ran like a big eyefinity setup without bezels or anything in the way.
    
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post #54 of 109
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They said something about 2020, so i guess we won't see this as a consumer product until 2020


Isn't Graphic card max at 1600p?

AMD/Nvidia got hell alot of work to do lol


$7,200? Hell no, 80inch from samsung is already like $70k~

This one would cost around $100k-$150k (for early release or prototype)
What are you smoking, 80 inch is like 3k on amazon.
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+1 , to the best of my knowledge there are no television channels that are full 1080.
Maybe not in the US, but there have been 1080p channels for years elsewhere. I used to have a 1080p Star Wars cap from like 2007. Heck, just Google and you can find plenty of 1080p caps of the 2008 Olympics. Our HDTV standards suck, we're mostly still MPEG2
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Damn, I think I'm about £9999 short.
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I can only imagine if you hook a video card up to this that it would implode.
     
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post #58 of 109
Am I the only person who thinks that panels of this size are pointless outside of commercial display systems? My TV is a nice 50" at the moment, and I don't think I want to go any bigger because it just isn't comfortable to watch - I don't want to have to turn my head sideways to see either side of the screen, and if you sit far enough away so you don't have to on an 80" display you lose the ability to tell the difference between the resolutions anyway.

If I want a massive screen I'll go to the iMAX and sit in the front row. But I don't want that in my house.
post #59 of 109
I would have thought that first manufacturers would try to perfect 4K resolution TV's? This is a massive jump but surely there is no real world application for this sort of device. It does warm the heart of the inner geek inside me though
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If that, dear lord.
Indeed ^^

I too was wondering when they'd move beyond the 1080p resolution. I never really understood how they always looked so smooth and good on such small resolutions (compared to screen size) when computer screens don't look good at that size unless they have way higher resolutions.
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