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Guys, this is just the beggining. Every technology starts like this, expensive as hell. Wait 7~8 years and i bet these monitors will be standart by then
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Originally Posted by hellnukes View Post

Guys, this is just the beggining. Every technology starts like this, expensive as hell. Wait 7~8 years and i bet these monitors will be standart by then

I guess i will be using my Qnix for at least that long or possibly longer(twice as long) for these to be the standard @120hz mad.gif
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