Samsung to Launch Three Professional LCD Displays

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alidan

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i read allot of comics, a monitor that could natively and easily switch from wide to tall, would be a HUGE factor in if i were to get one or not.

but the failure to utilize a 16:10 resolution saddens me... i dont think i can go to 16:9 again, after 16:10 16:9 feels natural
 
[citation][nom]kaisellgren[/nom]I'm happy to see a monitor with a larger than 1080p resolution. I've been waiting for these.[/citation]

Higher resolution professional monitors have been around for years. However, they were not LED displays.
 

lamorpa

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[citation][nom]alidan[/nom]i read allot of comics...[/citation]
What prevents you from reading all the comics you want? Why are you limited to what is allotted to you?
 

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[citation][nom]warezme[/nom]now if they were only 120Hz with response time under 5ms, I would bite.[/citation]
Photo editing doesn't need a quick refresh. However, gamers may see a use for these as well.
 
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Do you thing they gonna be sue by apple!?!?
I'm so tired of their behavior!
 

lockhrt999

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Sorry 2560 x 1440 (16:9) is not a professional display. 16:10 is professional because we get to work on 16:9 videos natively and having space for some buttons.
 

johnlittlehk

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sRGS... thats nothing. We need 100% Adobe RGB, or ECI RGB...
I dont understand why these are rated as professional mons.. at least not for photo editing!
 
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