Saw 4 brands listed, seems like it's an additional 100-129$ for models with it.
Pretty cool technology.
Sounds good but let's wait for some HH testing.. This might be one of those things that sound good on paper but offers no noticeable difference in the real world tests. For that much of a price premium you could a higher end graphics card.
You can get a 2560 X 1440 27" monitor from monoprice for $389. If i was to get a new monitor and spend $400, that'd be it.
^ just bought me one. love it!
Glad there's innovation in more than just how many pixels you can squeeze in. We shall see if, as swvgs mentioned, this is worth the premium in the real world.
I am very interested to see how this actually works, if it really does what it claims to do (which would be fantastic). A HUGE thing for me is the jumping of edges on the screen as I turn, screen tearing etc. I feel like first person shooters are 5x more enjoyable with a truly fluid picture :)
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