Discussion in 'Sim Racing Systems & Troubleshooting' started by KoAStR, Jan 31, 2011.
If you’ve got the cash, go OLED. You won’t regret it.
Might get two.
My 55” Panasonic was just under $2000. A bit more reasonable lol.
I think Mr Kogan might be pulling a dodgy on that, the best gaming TV's in the market are not that low.
Maybe I'm looking at wrong stat
No mate, it definitely does claim that but I think he is using wizardry with his figures.
More reasonably priced lol will be one of the things I need to upgrade later in the year, would love to get one now but have a 7 week trip to Canada to save for, missus would literally kill me.
Honestly, wait for the sales as they get better than those prices.
input lag is different to response time, there is probably a forum discussion all about it lol
Been a while since I gamed on a TV so I couldn't remember the term "input lag" when I was checking it out...
So agree with AroGantz best do more research on TV's before splurging...
Just get PSVR and save yourself the hassle!
Could do with a deal like this!
Whenever I am tempted by a price or stat of a new TV/ monitor, I bring up the stats on my current one - and often find very little difference, except maybe hdmi input! It is a great monitor, amazing it has had no issues and is still better on stats than any of the entry level monitors. When I was working in a computer shop I got it cheap, but the reason I looked at it was because so many people were buying, and buying it in multiples, usually a good sign i found.
Oled is great, I read somewhere that upcoming higher contrast ratios and potential screen size will keep LCD the frontrunning tech over oled though. Which is sad, I was championing oled for so long! Especially the idea of no backlight for thin screens, just seemed such a futuristic tech.
Keep your eyes peeled as I have heard it from people who would know that this deal may make its way down under
That article said black to white takes longer than grey to grey? I thought it was the opposite, though a few google hits seem to suggest that is right.
I always thought (after industry marketing while selling computers) grey to grey was introduced because black to white used full power and wasn't reflective of the usual usage of the screen - the screen is normally changing from one colour to another, and not sending full power to the pixel, making grey to grey a more realistic measure. So was I being fed spin i wonder?
I would love to get a 4k screen, but I don't have a PS Pro so it wouldn't get GT Sport looking nicer...would it? Wouldn't be happening for a while after getting a wheel anyway. I have barely touched my computer since GT Sport was out, so won't help out that much either, though my GTX1060 could probably create some nice 4k images.
This is a mates in SA ... and for those who notice the stands in the background. RED BULL and more RED BULL
Looks up "that's cool "
thats in AWSOME
I dont know what an xperia is, but i do need a new ps4. Badly.