Deals for April 14: 240Hz LCD HDTV with Blu-ray

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vonarx

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Stay away from the tote bag from vistaprint. I got "free" Business cards from them and they sold my CC number to another company, which then proceeded to charge me for a website i never asked them to design.

 

Dirtman73

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[citation][nom]mauller07[/nom]nice, with 240hz i wonder if this would work with nvidia 3D vision[/citation]

I'm pretty sure 120hz is the minimum, even if it's not you can still use the paper glasses that came with your Sports Illustrated 3D swimsuit special.
 

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[citation][nom]mauller07[/nom]nice, with 240hz i wonder if this would work with nvidia 3D vision[/citation]

It's a different specification they are showing here than what is useful for 3D. This is motion smoothing processed internally at 240hz. They still only allow for a 60hz video signal when you plug in a device.

So, no. It won't.
 
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