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i hate the gimmicky word 'retina' to describe these
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Originally Posted by Cheetos316 View Post

10-inch notebook screens running at 2560x1600!?!?! Only 30" screens have that right now. Forget xvid movies, even 720P movies are going to look bad...

I'm not sure about that, 720p videos look exactly the same coming from an iPad 2 to the 2012 iPad, and that's 4x the pixel increase.
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If they can do 10" screens with 300 PPI, why cant do 27" screens with 300 PPI?

Doesn't make sense...
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i hate the gimmicky word 'retina' to describe these

Me too lol + 1
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Larger real estate to work with...that's why. It's cheaper and easier to furnish an apartment that is 6x6 than one that is 60x60.
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Originally Posted by L D4WG View Post

Let me know when I can buy this monitor...

27, 30 or 32-inch
rotatable for portrait veiw
OLED
3840x2400
120hz
10bit-per-channel
aspect ratio preservation
No upscaling filter (will still upscale, just with nearest neighbor)
DisplayPort 1.2

Until that day, no deal!!

Fixed. wink.gif
Edited by Nintendo Maniac 64 - 4/15/12 at 1:02pm
 
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post #37 of 50
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Originally Posted by Norlig View Post

If they can do 10" screens with 300 PPI, why cant do 27" screens with 300 PPI?
Doesn't make sense...

Because it is a lot easier to make a 10" 300ppi screen. There are 5-6x more pixels in a 27" vs a 10", and even if one of them is bad (dead, or bright), the panel is worthless. And currently the cost means not many people can afford to buy them, so it's not worth it for manufacturers to make them.
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post #38 of 50
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Originally Posted by steelbom View Post

Even without AA and other intensive things, we'll likely see roughly a four fold drop in frame rate at 3840x2160 vs 1920x1080.

Just look at all the benchmarks in the posted article.
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http://m.tomshardware.com/reviews/overclock-benchmark-build-a-pc,3163-5.html
Here's some benchmarks of BF3 to see if resolution and frame rate scale linearly or not.

Jumping from 2 megapixel to 4 megapixel rarely results in a 50% reduction in framerate, and it's often closer to 10%. Even if jumping to 8 megapixel screens from the 4 MP screens in the test did reduce framerate by 50%, the two computers using a 7970 were usually playing games at over 100 fps at 4 megapixels. Yes, that's with settings at "less than maximum", but that's what people should be doing when benchmarking at high resolutions.


Regardless, to see the words "mass production" being applied to a 4Kx2K monitor brings joy to my heart.
post #39 of 50
Why does it skip from 10 to 32 inches...Wut? They're not making screens for the most profitable market? (computer monitors 15' - 24') mad.gif
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Originally Posted by L D4WG View Post

Let me know when I can buy this monitor...

27, 30 or 32-inch
IPS
3840x2160
120hz

Until that day, no deal!!


 

This^

 

But due to the conspiricy, you'll see them milk 21" monitors all day long.

 

 

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