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whoah....this sounds interesting, even if it is almost more than 10'' over what I would buy for my gaming rig

Seems that spending 1000€ right now for a 34'' 21:9 ips 144hz panel with a very high possibility of bleeding is not a tempting option right now.....mmmmmmmm monitor choice is one of the hardest tasks right now, the second in lane is the mouse lol

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the second in lane is the mouse lol
Why? Buying a mouse has never been this good. You basically have all known brands (and even new ones) selling at least one model with a variant of the best sensors on the market, which means all you have to worry about is choosing the right shape for you. The lightweight trend has also caught on, so you also don't have to worry about buying a brick anymore.

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maybe is just my limit but mice has so many options and so much ways it could just not fit although on the spec sheet it seemed the proper/perfect mouse for you....and since I don't have physical shops nearby which have some samples to try it will get frustrating..... I can finally get into women head when they need that new dress to order and doubts pop up all over the place.....

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Is there a 40" variant that could give a PPI of 27" 1440p?


That would be the perfect OLED TV/monitor display for gaming / movies.

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48"@4K gives same 91.79 PPI as a 24"@1080p

Currently on a 24" 1080p, might just be a perfect upgrade, can technically use same viewing distance, increase FOV.



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Quote: Originally Posted by guttheslayer View Post
Is there a 40" variant that could give a PPI of 27" 1440p?


That would be the perfect OLED TV/monitor display for gaming / movies.

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Ah, I see what they did there. C10= CX. Now to see if its worth getting over a closeout C9 with extended warranty.

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let's not discuss PPI

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dell released a 30 inch OLED that no one purchased too
Hey, i'm using it now!

The problem wasn't that they didn't sell. They just didn't make any. They sold out day one and they never made anymore.
That said, they cost a ton.


agreed, PPI talk is dumb
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Quote: Originally Posted by Zurv View Post
agreed, PPI talk is dumb
I prefer PPI over FOV. But the PPI must not be ludicrous (like >150) which is meaningless like those 4K 27" display.


38-40" for 4K would be perfect for a wall mount TV/Monitor hybrid use.

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