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Depending on your definition of "mid-range" and what games you play, it's possible that they already can.
And besides, being such a huge resolution means a lot of smaller resolutions can fit the panel perfectly without any upscaling filter. I mean, it's not end of the world if you had to run at 3840x2160 or (god forbid) something as "low" as 2560x1440.

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Good for stadium screens maybe? This wouldn't be necessary in a normal household.

I don't know about yours, but this is extremely necessary in my household. My dream is to have a massive 70-80in screen that I can sit 5 feet in front of so it takes up my entire peripheral vision while still looking crystal clear. It'll be a glorious stress test for my eyes.
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