i think i will get 2. I need one for my bathroom.
Adding 21:9 CinemaWide LCD TVs to the lackluster 3D TV market is a great marketing move to spice things up a bit and may help draw a bit more interest from buyers sitting on the sidelines. However, the timing of this release isn't a great marketing move. I realize most people would buy such TVs to watch movies, but I think it would be pretty cool to watch the NFL playoffs and the SuperBowl on it. During this time of the year, as most of us know, we see many great deals on TVs, which translates to many buyers and hopefully, higher profit margins for manufacturers and retailers.
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This is my dream TV, or better yet, my Dream monitor. Battlefield 3 in 2,560 x 1,080 and no bezels! What a dream.
This does seem interesting and 3D support is cool but god damn the price is expensive; still, cinema buffs will appreciate a CinemaWide 3D screen and if it does stir up interest then maybe 3D will finally take off in the home media area; which is where 3D still has trouble getting market share. (due to high price and low 3D content avaliability.)
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"it's not like Vizio has a lot of competition with this aspect ratio." it's not like Vizio will have a lot of buyers either.I Don't trust videos showing me a 3D product.Must of the time they add stuff that aren't real just to persuade people.
Pretty nice product though if its like in the video, who won't like to have one of those? :-p
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