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9.2 MegaPixel Display!!!!!!!


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OK AppleDisplays are fast for speed, but this.... erm...

QUXGA-Wide :eek:
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Wow... just wow...
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That's cool, but how much does that come to USD? I mean, yikes that's a huge pricetag...
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thats about 5353.69 in USD

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thats about 5353.69 in USD
Yeah see.. uummm !$%^ that!
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Thats just crazy!!! I mean 4600??? Crazy.
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Jesus! I am never going to pay that much for a monitor. Well, okay fine I bought a Cinema Display but I got that with discounts and other dohickeys. Have you seen those 120" one that you can buy? Wouldn't mind having one of those. If they were touch, make me feel like I was in Star Trek.(im a trekkie)
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While that is a nice resolution, IMO it is a piece of crap overall. It has a respone time of 50ms compared to the 30" apple which is 16ms. That monitor can only output 20 frames a second, compared to apples 63 fps. Not to mention you need an expensive professional graphics card. It's a great monitor if you want to stare at still pictures all day, but for any type of movement it is useless. Oh yeah and this little bit right here from matrox's website..... "The Parhelia HR256 will be available for US $2,495 directly from Matrox at Shopmatrox.com or by calling 800-361-1408." So you need a $2500 video card for the $6000 monitor. :eek:
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Hmmm what to get a display or a motorcycle hmmm
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Hmmm what to get a display or a motorcycle hmmm

YO BRO!!! I'm about to buy a 2004 Honda CBR600F4i!!! What you getting?
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scratch that...get a honda CBR- RR 1000 ..... mmmmm drooling
thats my fav
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scratch that...get a honda CBR- RR 1000 ..... mmmmm drooling
thats my fav
This is going to be my first bike, I'm sure I don't need a 1000RR...

I might break down and get a used R6, but I'm not toooooo horribly sure.

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