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what, even if its crap ?

Lol no not if its crap

But out of the two vizios I've owned neither were crap not the plasma or led
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By that argument you don't believe in multi monitor setups, same effect. Subjective, other people have a different opinion.

Stop making arguments for me. I believe multi-monitor setups have their place, if you have the space. It is a matter of opinion, and talking endlessly in circles about hypothetical setups is a waste of time. I am done here.
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Stop making arguments for me. I believe multi-monitor setups have their place, if you have the space. It is a matter of opinion, and talking endlessly in circles about hypothetical setups is a waste of time. I am done here.

Arguing against looking around at a 50" screen is the same as arguing against multi monitor, the difference is the 50" screen doesn't have bevels in the way. I don't know what setups you are referring to as hypothetical.
Edited by keiths - 4/22/13 at 1:29pm
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Almost same size at 3x27 portrait setup. And native 4K thumb.gif


This is very nice.
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this is true.

Given the distance sat and not wanting to constantly move your neck side to side i think a high quality (not cheap 4k ready pile of dung) monitor with lets say 32" of space (even if its 4k) would be better, this will happen of course in not much time as more content is produced.

PPI wise 4k is a lot to contend with on a 27" no matter what anyone says its a freakin lot ! so hows about making a 32" 21:10 or 21:9 format display with 3k ? about 5 or 6 million pixels at a much wider aspect with the height of a 27" screen and the width of two 16:9 monitors with no bezzel issues.. THAT would get my money and id bet a decent refresh wouldn't be as much of an issue either, nor would you need two of the highest end $700 / £500 cards every two years just to keep up with the latest games, because thats what people forget, once your locked into a triple screen eyefinity resolution in order to play with the best settings you need to continually refresh the cards or run console settings in order to play! so thats no AA, worse shadows, shaders, and textures all the time for pixels that you mostly cant perceive

please someone make a 32 or better yet a 34" 21:9 monitor with 6 mpixel resolution and 85hz refresh or more frown.gif

Just peoples opinions though.

I have a triple portrait surround set up and it's the size or a 42inch screen. I would hate anything smaller than my current set-up.

The fact these will be possible one day with a higher pixel density at around the same size I currently have is awesome. I agree over 50inches is a bit much but even if that was the case I'd just mount it to the wall and sit further away from it. Having bigger than you need in always better in my mind. I'd rather have to sit back than have to sit forward.
    
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i just want pc monitors with this 4k resolutions, TV's are never the same imo
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I'm kind of glad I never invested in 1440p with these right around the corner. It looks great in terms of sharpness (I'm questioning the particular panel), don't need AA. HDMI 2.0 is very soon from now
    
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I'm kind of glad I never invested in 1440p with these right around the corner. It looks great in terms of sharpness (I'm questioning the particular panel), don't need AA. HDMI 2.0 is very soon from now

this is true, if they are selling these now at that price then once they get the technology down and start producing them in 27inch or 30 inch variations I bet you could be seeing them for 600-700 dollars in the korean market in the next 2 years. probably still in the 1000+ range for american brands, but hopefully very soon, none the less i'm glad I'm playing on a 1440p screen untill those are a little more affordable.

While this is all speculation of course I don't see any reason why these would be fairly priced over the next 2-3 years
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I should have mine by Monday.

When i get it all set up and test it out on 4k streaming, 1080p upscaling, and pc gaming i will leave some feedback based on my own personal review of the uhdtv.biggrin.gif
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1080p upscaling
Make sure you test other resolutions as well, such as the older 4:3 standards 640x480 and 800x600 (some Korean monitors have problems with 640x480) along with 1280x720 (which is exactly one-third the height & width of 3840x2160), and to test all those withOUT your GPU's scaling (since the point is to test the TV's scaling, no?)

Other than the picture quality of the actual display (viewing angle, black level, etc), the only other thing I can think of is to test input lag.
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