From what the article says, the 50,000:1 contrast ratio is the DYNAMIC contrast ratio--which is a retarded way to report contrast ratio (almost like those fools on ebay who are selling a computer with a dual-core CPU, and add the MHz's of each core and say something like 6GHz processor, LOL). Give the static CR in my opinion. Dynamic CR is so subjective to viewing environment, etc. Also, who cares how high the contrast ratio is if someone's eye can't distinguish between a $500 monitor/TV and a $5000 one? That being said, I'd have to see it to judge whether it's really different from any other monitor.
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7/7/08 at 4:21pm