>0.1ms response time
Are you ready to join the OLED master race?
Yeah fucking right I wish. I spent $1000 on an OLED monitor for filming interviews for my job, now it has burn-in from the all the interface buttons on screen from my camera. And my Galaxy S6 has burn in from using GPS too long. Anything OLED is terrible because of this. It's all part of the new wave of planned obsolescence designed to get gullible goys to shell out money for a new monitor every two years.
Why? Isn't it pretty much a fact that OLED has burn-in? Or has the technology evolved enough for it to be usable in monitors? I had a Moto X 2014 and it had pretty noticeable burn in on the on screen buttons.
Jesus dude, you shelled out a grand for that thing and it burnt?
Why haven't you RMA'd it?
>4K 120hz OLED
Holy shit. Usually when I see high-end devices posted on /g/ I'm like, "well that's pretty neat but honestly the one I have is fine". But this... I want it. I really fucking want it and I can't wait for the price to come down.
That doesn't prevent uneven pixel wear that will come from your total blacks, and that requires you to buy some shitty dell monitor or laptop.
OLED is a shitty tech and we deserved better. It's a shame SED was patent trolled once other companies realize it would destroy all other brands.
if you play fps games >60hz is so nice. Even just dragging a window around is noticeable, but not worth the price upgrade. I really wish they made high fps movies. I have tried using svp and it looks great, but the tearing is disgusting
Toshiba + Canon 2006.
Once toshiba showed off their early prototype models that had 100000:1 contrast at CES they were the major hype for their final TVs that were to come in by 2008.
Then Canon got patent trolled by some no name company with patents in the SED tech and that forced the partnership with Toshiba to die and the death of SED.
>Oh shit, LCD prices will never be high again even if we keep forcing the resolution up and up for no reason!
>Hurry up and get the OLED shit out! Get the shills on it, fast!
How does pixel shifting work? Does it just shift them all back and forth really quick?
What if all the pixels nearby are the same color? Won't it still burn in or is dell going to change the color completely and make the "shifting" noticable?
dude what? Tearing is not a general problem of motion interpolation, it's just a misconfiguration on your end. Try turning on vsync or double buffering if you can find that somewhere.
Piss off. What's the point of having a 24 inch 4k monitor? You'd have to scale everything up.
I am really excited for this. In about 4-6 months we should see more companies launching 4k, 120Hz monitors.
I can't only because of them no longer being made or the ones that still are are very expensive for being a rarity.
There are more things to a computer than watch movies and game.
> OLEDs typically suffer from more burn-in and shorter lifecycles than their LCD rivals. Dell says it has remedied the shortcomings of OLED panels by introducing a pixel-shifting algorithm that prevents burn-in, and an image sensor that can tell whether or not you're viewing the monitor and turns it off when it's not in use.
Dropped, fucking NSA trying to watch me when I'm fapping.
Why don't you just buy more 20" 1920x1080 screens then if you want more real estate?
You play at 4k if your PC can handle it.
Anyway, that has nothing to do with scaling, don't know why you replied to me.
I agree, but huge screens are uncomfortable, unless you're sitting far away.
>only limited to video games
OH FUCK YES
I've been waiting for so long for this, since I got this fucker in 2007.
The sharpness is barely noticeable unless you're magnifying your images.
People who buy 4k screens that are under 30", especially the laptop idiots are just wasting money. Most of the benefit from upgrading is coming from better contrasts, etc, not ppi to begin with.
>that fucking gif.
I need to know where it came from, who that man is, and what was said.
Woah there Sally-sjw, we live in a connected world which can now allow a person of any stature to achieve a financial situation of great affluence.
Your hateful meme that only White men can achieve such affluence is extremely harmful to the social image of non-White, non-male human beings. It degrades all other peoples that you would so quickly assume that they can't achieve a similar position and it is beyond oppressive that you would voice your ignorance with such certainty.
Your problematic memes are harming the peaceful world we are trying to build for future generations.
Also, don't buy this shit screen; literaly all those seemingly great specs are memes to convince you to spend your cash in a way akin to wiping the asses of everyone at Dell and Silver Lake. An unbiased review can be much more telling than the shit the company shovels at you, wait until we have a handful of those before diving in. The Golden rule is that most of this tech will drop in price after very little time. If you don't mind being the first kid on the block with (Read: beta tester for) this new tech, you can save an assload of cash by being a year or so behind.
Ahhh now I see.
His tongue flicking was too distracting.
Speaking of, anyone know how their pixel policy for ultrasharps work? I keep seeing conflicting information whether or not it applies to monitors bought from resellers.
Their monitors costs like 200 bucks more if buy them from their site instead.
>Ever notice a bright spot on a monitor that won't go away? Dell has — and we know it's annoying. That's why Dell is now offering a Premium Panel Guarantee that ensures zero "bright pixel" defects on your UltraSharp, Professional and Alienware monitors purchased from Dell.
There is also shit about no service tag or order numbers will set the warranty date to the time where the reseller bought the monitor to dell, and from what I can find on dell site resellers very rarely have that.
Except none of this is on the translated version of the warranty pages so I have no idea what applies in my country, and resellers don't seem to say much more than "3 year warranty" and a link on another page for manufacturer warranties
/g, someone has to pay for the cost of research and development. Wait two years or so and you will be able to own a monitor that might just cost a third of this with better technology.
SED/FED failed because nobody could figure out how to make them not self-destruct.
Any gas in the gap that got hit by the electron beams created ions that eroded the emitter tips (whether 1 or many per subpixel), any normal use created free floating phosphor molecules anyway.
at some point the positive feedback loop made all the screens become perceptibly darker, at an ever-increasing rate.
their durability made early plasma and even OLED look great by comparison.
research shows SED failed due to funding backing out for not being able to get production costs down. i'm sure good funding would have allowed it to get past the hurdles just like plasma and oled have
that was always the official industry line, but it's only half the picture.
it turns out that nobody knows of a material that is both easy/cheap to make huge arrays of emitter tips from yet durable enough that the tips didn't get completely fucked by incidental plasma ions.
If you work in tech long enough, especially outside of software, you'll see this pattern soon enough.
Every fledgling company with an untested tech always tries to spin problems as being things about just needing more time/money, even if the truth is that nobody knows the general way to solve an issue, whether they are actually capable of solving it, or whether the issue is potentially theoretically intractable.
they are all scared shitless of spooking customers and investors, and a lot of emerging tech is closer to being snake oil than not.
So this display is apparently USB-type C/Thunderbolt 3 only?
Plasma was killed in the end because of their own technological hurdles, in addition to LCDs scaling larger.
OLED was already a market product before any SED/FED anything. SED wasn't a durable product, as has already been said.
OLED durability, durability, maximum brightness are not quite a match for the LED backlit displays of today in these aspects, at least it isn't vaporware.
>we'll turn out a useful result soon
>please don't take away our grant money
That's how it always is.
8k should be a thing a little before 2020, but gaming won't be anywhere near ready to move to it for a while.
GPUs will probably be stuck on 14/16nm GPUs for the next 3-4 years, which means that it will still take dual high-end GPUs for UHD@120fps and four-way sli/cf for 8k at even 60fps.
The only thing that will change that is if 10nm lithography comes a lot sooner than anybody really expects.
> even intel is dropping the fucking ball with cannonlake slipping to 2H'17
OLED panels are significantly faster than more traditional LCD panels.
nice try, satan, but everyone knows that pixel transition time isn't the limiting factor for displays at this time.
> any response time under 8 ms is enough to get 120 Hz/fps content displayed with zero visible transition artifacts by using strobing and a compressed row writeout
realistically, 120 fps strobed LCDs will have much better motion clarity than OLEDs, which can't be strobed without murdering their lifespan.
OLEDs would be great for displaying something like 500 fps content, but we are a long way off from having sufficient rendering and communications throughput for that at reasonable resolutions.