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post #11 of 53 (permalink) Old 01-04-2018, 04:19 PM
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Oh another actual OLED monitor. Going to have to buy some spectacles for this one.

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If it's 3 when one orders a surround I will get it tongue.gif
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This would actually work for me - 200% scaling on Windows 7 works perfectly with everything I have, although I wish it was closer to 23.8"...

I wonder what the cost is though...



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Pro-Art, I'm guessing $3K.

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That Oled is way to small....but extremely sexy. If it supported 120hz I would do it.....but if its only 60hz I would rather use my C7

Yeah like a really bad song on the radio that the station keeps repeating and repeating.
In time you find yourself tapping your foot and singing along.
It's like being programed.
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Oh another actual OLED monitor. Going to have to buy some spectacles for this one.

and people on this site told me my 28" 4k display was too small to be usable rolleyes.gif


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and people on this site told me my 28" 4k display was too small to be usable rolleyes.gif

28" at 1080p is too large but scaling needs to be at 2x or 1x, nothing in between or it is very blurry. This is why a 28" 4K is either too small or too big. tongue.gif

Effectively 1080p at 21.6" is actually a very nice size while also allowing high DPI rendering. This monitor will look amazing with high DPI aware applications and still decent with legacy ones, too bad it is probably* only 60Hz. sad-smiley-002.gif

*I haven't seen refresh rate mentioned in any of the announcements or articles, does anyone have some information I missed?

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This is scaled exactly 25% from a 27" monitor, just sit 25% closer. The size is fine.

It's profoundly confusing that this wouldn't be released as a dedicated desktop monitor, nonetheless I might even make use of its portable nature.
As long as it doesn't cost over a thousand dollars this sounds fantastic.

(Ugh, then we still have the whole HDMI 2.1 VRR issue that the industry really needs to clarify sooner than later, products without VRR will have severely reduced value.)
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I am so sick of resolution > framerates/hz
Give me a 1080p 144hz+ 24"~ OLED

Like why are we starting out with 4K OLED? Aren't prices enough of a problem with OLED monitors as it is?
Lets not go with a reasonable resolution or anything for anywhere near a reasonable price
And 21"? Why...
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I am so sick of resolution > framerates/hz
Give me a 1080p 144hz+ 24"~ OLED

Like why are we starting out with 4K OLED? Aren't prices enough of a problem with OLED monitors as it is?
Lets not go with a reasonable resolution or anything for anywhere near a reasonable price
And 21"? Why...
4K is an artifact of the 1080 panel manufacturing chain. It was chosen simply because four 1080 panels could make one 4K, or something like that — not because there was an intrinsic benefit of 4K resolution that made it so much better than other resolutions.

If resolution progress had been sane we would have moved directly from 720 to 1440 instead of 720 to 1080 to 4K.

But, sanity doesn't benefit the planned obsolescence crowd.

You see, there are diminishing returns, especially in HDTV, for pixel density (pixel pitch). 1440 is basically good enough for HDTV, given reasonably normal vision and reasonably normal viewing distances. Well, TV makers wouldn't have been so happy not selling people a whole extra round of televisions (1080) that could clearly look blurrier than the next round when people are up close at the showroom.

1080 doesn't offer enough vertical resolution, in particular, to satisfy the limitations of even 20/20 human vision. 4K is pretty much overkill for HDTV. 1440 was the sweet spot for pixel pitch when all of the factors are considered. But, instead of that, we're now supposed to drool over 8K.

4K makes some sense on the desktop, when people are up close to the panel. But, the benefits of 4K over 1440 typically are outweighed by the drawbacks, especially with TV and film.

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