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I had a SONY FW900...

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... years ago, and eventually gave it to a friend when I went FP.

 

 

 

What I'd like to know is *** has happened to the industry in ten years..? (or what has not happened) Why can't we get 30", low latency technology? Or is this all wrapped up in part of the "manufacture collusion"..? As almost all of us are purchasing things that seep out the back (sort-speak) ..?

 

 

I'll put it out there:

I would gladly pay $1k for a 120hz 30" 1200p monitor. I have heard other voice similar pleas for several years now. Why isn't this market being served? The BenQ 27 is fab... but I want bigger and more res.

 

 

 

 

 

I'd even take a 32" @ $1,500..   just for gaming.

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I imagine the technology exists, and can probably handle even higher resolutions at even higher refresh rates in terms of panels, it's the limitations in data transmission that I believe have restricted us.
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Cost effectiveness of the market ? I feel like the enthusiast market only serves to businesses as a window to their products, they don't expect to get a profit out of it. Now the fact that they do or don't depends on how they act as a business and is subjective to opinion. I think with them starting to market 4K we might see some new panels and some of them intresting, look at "korean monitors" everywhere on ebay and such, high resolution is a trend now it won't take long that they see the amount of people they want asking for it.
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Cost effectiveness of the market ? I feel like the enthusiast market only serves to businesses as a window to their products, they don't expect to get a profit out of it. Now the fact that they do or don't depends on how they act as a business and is subjective to opinion. I think with them starting to market 4K we might see some new panels and some of them intresting, look at "korean monitors" everywhere on ebay and such, high resolution is a trend now it won't take long that they see the amount of people they want asking for it.

 

 

I understand all of that^, but 4k gaming isn't coming, not even in the next 5 years... because it does not provide anything that 1440 gaming does. (It would just be marketing)

 

 

 

4k is also VERY SLOW technology and not remotely close to what FPS gamers need/want/require.

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I understand all of that^, but 4k gaming isn't coming, not even in the next 5 years... because it does not provide anything that 1440 gaming does. (It would just be marketing)



4k is also VERY SLOW technology and not remotely close to what FPS gamers need/want/require.
I dont think most consumers or the companies marketing those care if they are useful or not of if they are a real upgrade. People buy what's "in" because they are told that's what they need. Many people were saying the same of "high definition" when it came outx1080 is the norm for PC screens. Well that's just how I feel about it, but I think I get your point, logic dictates that it should not happen, what I meant is, when are the markets ever logic ? tongue.gif
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