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01-28-2020 01:14 AM
ToTheSun!
Quote: Originally Posted by moonbogg View Post
$3600 for washed out neighboring pixels is just stupid.
Fundamental truth.
01-28-2020 12:25 AM
moonbogg I personally won't be interested in HDR until per-pixel light control is a thing, as with OLED. I don't see how HDR is really HDR if you have light bleed washing out surrounding pixels. You can't get individual strands of hair or a rear view mirror of a car shining bright with the surrounding areas being dark without pixel level light control. Linus showed a comparison between the BFGD and an OLED gaming TV and the difference was hilarious. You could tell the BFGD was all washed out even by watching on an SDR screen when compared to the perfectly detailed lighting control of the OLED.
LG has gaming grade, high refresh OLEDs with Gsync now. Making them smaller can't be that huge of a challenge for them. If they make it, EVERYONE will buy it and it will kick ass. Even 1200 zones or whatever isn't even close to being enough to get a starry night sky done right in HDR. $3600 for washed out neighboring pixels is just stupid.
01-27-2020 11:51 PM
dantoddd
Quote: Originally Posted by moonbogg View Post
People gobbled up the 27" versions and then the 35" versions for $2500, so why wouldn't they push the envelope on price again? They don't know how much people are actually wiling to pay for something like this, so they are just trying to find out what the actual price for something like this should be. I hope the prices go up again to $6000 next time. That would be cool.
That game is only going to last until someone releases a smaller OLED TV. If a Cx came at around 37 or 40 inches these guys will need to cut price dramatically.
01-27-2020 02:27 PM
m4fox90
Quote: Originally Posted by moonbogg View Post
People gobbled up the 27" versions and then the 35" versions for $2500, so why wouldn't they push the envelope on price again? They don't know how much people are actually wiling to pay for something like this, so they are just trying to find out what the actual price for something like this should be. I hope the prices go up again to $6000 next time. That would be cool.


It’ll drop pretty quickly and significantly, I think. The X27/PG27UQ sit at $1400 now
01-27-2020 11:25 AM
moonbogg People gobbled up the 27" versions and then the 35" versions for $2500, so why wouldn't they push the envelope on price again? They don't know how much people are actually wiling to pay for something like this, so they are just trying to find out what the actual price for something like this should be. I hope the prices go up again to $6000 next time. That would be cool.
01-25-2020 12:04 AM
dansi acer and asus have been doing this same **** for the past 4 years.
Announce nicely specs AUO monitors at ces, delay for months and years, release at bad prices, comes with QC issues.
Rinse and repeat.

No improvements, nothing exciting here. Move along
01-22-2020 04:40 PM
epic1337 32" 4K is my ideal size tbh, fits my desk perfectly while the higher PPI would allow for better-looking 200% scaling options.
01-22-2020 04:03 PM
skupples 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?
01-22-2020 02:42 PM
TheGovernment
Quote: Originally Posted by skupples View Post
Quote: Originally Posted by crpcookie View Post
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.
01-20-2020 11:34 AM
skupples
Quote: Originally Posted by crpcookie View Post
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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