Move Over LCDs and Plasmas, and Make Room for Telescopic Pixel Tech

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Young Falcon

If and when the Sony 27" OLED monitors come out will be the day I switch from my 19" CRT. 

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Talcum X

 I wonder how this will stack up against Mitsubishi's new TV tech, LaserVue.  Will be in the TV market later this year, and may spill to the PC market (hopefully) soon after (if it can stack up to the competition in performance)

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AndyYankee17

I don't know why anyone would want a crt, the mere fact that they weigh a minimum of 50 lbs is a turn off. As far as these minitors go, bring them, new technology can't hurt, if they end up a complete flop who cares.

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Talcum X

 I'm not saying that anyone is in a market for CRTs these days. I've had this since the late 90s and works just fine.  Not going to invest money in something that wont give me much of any bennysat this time unless I have to.  But new technology always excites me.  So I would love to see how it performs if/when it comes to market.

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balzerco

You're link to ars technica is incorrect.

Go Here: http://arstechnica.com/news.ars/post/20080720-new-telescopic-pixel-displays-could-outperform-lcd-plasma.html

Actually it is rocket science!

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Paul_Lilly

Fixed, and good catch. Muchas gracias, balzerco.

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Talcum X

 I'm waiting for monitors to have the same specs as my CRT.  So until then, or until this monitor dies, I'm not buying anything.  I stay informed, tho, when that day comes.

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