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post #51 of 59 (permalink) Old 01-12-2020, 06:54 PM
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I'd rather have an LG 38GL950G-B than this. Available now, a bit cheaper plus the curve = a much better FPS gaming experience.

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If it was 4k ultra wide i'd probably have bought it when ampere comes out

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$3600 ?! Things are getting a little out of hand in terms of pricing

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not going to sell very well
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not going to sell very well
Especially with the 48" LG and Vizio OLED gunning for every overpriced LCD gaming monitors in the market... monitor companies are gonna have a hard time in 2020 and beyond.
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Especially with the 48" LG and Vizio OLED gunning for every overpriced LCD gaming monitors in the market... monitor companies are gonna have a hard time in 2020 and beyond.
eh, the size of that OLED rules out most people calling it a monitor, and there are plenty of people that'll buy this screen simply because its so damn expensive.

Almost seems like there's an agreement between OLED & everything else, where OLED will only come in giant or tiny, nothing normal.

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Especially with the 48" LG and Vizio OLED gunning for every overpriced LCD gaming monitors in the market... monitor companies are gonna have a hard time in 2020 and beyond.
Almost seems like there's an agreement between OLED & everything else, where OLED will only come in giant or tiny, nothing normal.
That really is the only thing that's possibly happening. There is no possible reason the OLED cant he in the 27 to 40" screen size. 100% the company's are in kahoots to make sure the high end 2k+ gaming monitor market stays there.

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unfortunate, but seems likely.

I'd assume OLED has a lower profit margin as well, which would further aid towards the cause of collusion. Why sell 32 inch OLEDs when you can 20x profits on ancient LCD tech?

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32" 4K is my ideal size tbh, fits my desk perfectly while the higher PPI would allow for better-looking 200% scaling options.

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