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post #21 of 35 (permalink) Old 01-11-2019, 11:29 AM
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I have 5 years warrenty on my LG C7 xD





Lol. Dell probably needs to figure out the ABL first, doesn't have dolby vision, hlg, technicolor. C9 will have 13ms inputlag. And the chance is that dell prices this monitor 2000+ is very high imo. Also I don't think they will have a dynamic tonemapping function for example. Which makes HDR movies look alot better.
Squaretrade warranty ? Yeah I plan on putting a warranty like that on the alienware 55 inch when we can buy it this year. Hdmi 2.1 and DP 1.4 all on one huge display its Heaven
No I'm from Europe. In the dutch law they don't state a minimum but you can get in this price point at least 5 years warranty and the shop I bought it from gave me 5 years warranty.
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Techincally they could slice it as a 27" 1080p monitor

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Techincally they could slice it as a 27" 1080p monitor
I don't think it's up to Dell, they don't actually make the OLED panels themselves I bet they are sourcing it from LG and LG doesn't make sizes smaller than 55 inches...yet.

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No I'm from Europe. In the dutch law they don't state a minimum but you can get in this price point at least 5 years warranty and the shop I bought it from gave me 5 years warranty.
nice us is currently on a government shut down it might be time to move to canada lol
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I don't think it's up to Dell, they don't actually make the OLED panels themselves I bet they are sourcing it from LG and LG doesn't make sizes smaller than 55 inches...yet.
But would it be impossible to take the 55" and cut the panel, and give it a max resolution of 1920x1080?

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According to Alienware we won't see this display until sometime in 2020. If it ever gets released and I can't wait that long I will just grab a C9 65 inch. This year
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Please give 32" version Dell PLEEEAAAAAAAAAASEEEEEEEEEEE
No, what we need are 4K monitors in between 32" and 43". It is ridiculous that no 4K monitors are being made in the 35" to 38" size. The DPI is too high on a 32" monitor and DPI on a 43" approaches pixelated territory. I would love a 34", 36", or even a 38" 4K monitor but no one wants to make them.
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No, what we need are 4K monitors in between 32" and 43". It is ridiculous that no 4K monitors are being made in the 35" to 38" size. The DPI is too high on a 32" monitor and DPI on a 43" approaches pixelated territory. I would love a 34", 36", or even a 38" 4K monitor but no one wants to make them.
Those are atypical 16:9 display sizes so you're likely never going to see them. Those sizes are typical for ultrawides and there are indeed 3840x1600, 3440x1440, and 5160x2160 options there. 32" 4k is good with 125% scaling.

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