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Old 09-09-19, 02:57 PM
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Panasonic showcases OLED-rivalling dual-screen MegaCon TVs at IFA 2019

Using two LCD panels to reach OLED-like performance.



Read more about Panasonic's OLED-rivalling MegaCon TV technology.

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Old 09-09-19, 08:26 PM
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Couple to look at though one is quite funny
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Lmao love the name. Mega Con.
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Old 09-09-19, 08:32 PM
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Lmao love the name. Mega Con.
Yeah. It makes sense, but good luck marketing it.
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Don't expect DL-IPS tech to be in consumer market any time soon (or ever); I had a chance to use 32 inch Sony DL-IPS mastering display, and although it performed it's task exceptionally well the viewing angle were really bad, fans were constantly running and it sounded like a jet engine in HDR mode. DL-IPS have about 0.5%-0.7% light transmittance (normal lcds have 10%-15%), the best thing we can hope for is prosumer but even then I'm not sure if I would want to sit in front of 400w jet engine space heater while gaming or watching movies.
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