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108" sharp LCD
http://www.i4u.com/article13969.html
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exclusively marketed to markets that have a need for high resolution image display – such as the oil and gas industries.
Alright...

I want to know where they are getting the picture stream from. PC video cards don't support that resolution. HD media players don't. I bet it is some custom box the designed just for this thing...???
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You'll need to buy a big house with a huge room space to be able to enjoy watching a tv this big.
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It's for things like this:
http://news.softpedia.com/news/Red-R...ce-83682.shtml

It's not meant for consumers at this time. In the future, it likely will be. What reason is there to stop at 1080p? In 15 years when you have your video walls, wouldn't want the highest resolution technology can create? haha
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Originally Posted by getllamasfast View Post
OMG!! Why would anyone need that high resolution and that big of a tv?!
and who has the money for one of those??
Well if the TV is 82", you should be able to tell some difference between it and standard 1080p HDTV.

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The Earth is big. You want to know exactly where you are drilling.
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OMG!! Why would anyone need that high resolution and that big of a tv?!
What do you mean!? Look at it!
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Display Resolution Support (Model II and IV only)
* Analog displays up to 2560 x 1600 @ 60Hz
* Dual-link DVI-I outputs - drive digital displays at resolutions up to 2560 x 1600 @ 60Hz
* Native support for Sony 4K SXRDâ„¢ large venue projector
Nope...
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yeah, too much resolution IMO. If you havent noticed, most cable/satelite companies are struggling with the bandwidth of 720p over many broadcasts. If you go to your local wal-mart, they only have one or two tvs that will even broadcast at 1080p. This thing just looks likes something someone very rich would have to have, and never be able to use it. Perfect for the mainstream rapper on your holiday shopping list..
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Originally Posted by USFORCES View Post
Thanks for linking a tv that has nothing to do with the topic. Too bad the tv mentioned here is only 1080p.
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Originally Posted by MCBrown.CA View Post
4+GHZ skulltrail + tri-sli gx2's or quadfire 3870s (or 4870s for that matter) + this monitor = best gaming experience ever???
Nope. Biggest waste of money ever. For that money you could buy a car ... a very nice car.
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