Published on 22nd April 2010 by
Originally Posted by technogiantIm interested in 3d for a media pc but not in Nvidia's shutter glasses solution.
Does ATi offer any solution either for use with passive polarized glasses or with special 3d monitors with built in filters? If so are these standards CURRENTLY supported and working?
Originally Posted by storm20200Oh my god, where do they get off charging £449 in the uk and $449 in the us? That pricing is bloody ridiculous and you only get a crappy TN panel? Do they actually think they'll sell any monitors here with that pricing? o_O
Originally Posted by AlmightyrastusAnyone know of any plans to do these 3D glasses with prescription lenses?...... That is the only way I would ever be able to use them and still make out what I am trying to see
Originally Posted by ClaavePlease can we stop talking about rape? it's not a pleasant subject.
Part of the reason for the price parity is that the UK price includes 17.5% VAT and import charges - it might not be the manufacturer's fault at all. It's an interesting topic and one we can look into if enough people show interest.
Originally Posted by Denis_iiiCustomers drive the market. If we don't want to be ripped off its up to us to stand up and do something. Now I don't have the knowledge nore connections to do this but if Bit-tech were to take up the mantle i'm sure others will follow. Yes, there is risk but if we never took a risk we'd still be huddled in a cave wishing we were brave enough to bang those 2 rocks together close to that drive tinder over there.
Originally Posted by memerootI think an article on input lag and refresh rates would be interesting , julian makes a good point
Originally Posted by memerootalso interested how lag measured with the measurement software used here.
Originally Posted by julianmartinCan I ask the theory behind why a higher refresh rate would offset input lag? It either has input lag or it doesn't.....
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