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Old 08-10-2022, 05:17 AM   #1
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Default The next desktop-sized OLED monitor will cost $3,500

Nice OLED desktop computer monitors are becoming a reality.

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"OLED screens are slowly but surely making their way to desktops. The contrast-rich panel display tech is scattered across premium laptops, but when it comes to PC monitors, most options in the US are too big to fit on a typical desk. There are some, primarily from LG, but we need more options. The latest OLED looks to be the 31.5-inch ProArt PA32DC, which Asus announced Tuesday, and it will be available in October for $3.500."

https://arstechnica.com/gadgets/2022...ill-cost-3500/
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99 percent DCI-P3 and Adobe RGB
So it should encompass both color spaces (meaning P3 but with the better, original NTSC green) (or what is the same thing, Adobe with the better P3 red)
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$3.5K+ OLED monitors is not new.
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Gimmie 1 42" 4k OLED HDR Monitor with GSYNC 240hz refresh rate and I will be happy
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