05-08-2012 11:18 AM #1HDD Contributor
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Panasonic Creates World's Largest Plasma - 145 Inches
The massive size and 8K resolution earn Panasonic some serious bragging rights.
And look, I know that there's no content available that would take advantage of a set like this. I still want it.
05-08-2012 04:59 PM #2
60fps? Pretty lame for a product that's supposed to be groundbreaking.
05-09-2012 12:34 AM #3
Dont tell me this bad boy is not going to be running hot after a few hours of viewing,lol. Man....I wish I had some Trump money,lol.My mancave:
Display - Sony Bravia 3D 55HX800, Epson 3D 3020 (124")
Players - Sony BDP-S570, Sony BDP-S590, Sony PS3 320GB
Computer - Mac 27" i5 1 terabyte hdd (1 terabyte back up hdd), MacBook Pro 17" i5 750GB
Portable Devices - iPad (4th gen A6 64GB), iPod Touch (5th gen A5 32GB)
"When your winning, fight like your losing"
05-10-2012 02:33 AM #4
Aside from the fact there's nothing available to take advantage of the 8k resolution, I'd rather take a few zeros off the price tag and just buy a projector."Was I a dead f**k?" Friday the 13th: The Final Chapter,
when on ?
05-10-2012 08:46 AM #5Currently Playing: Uncharted 3, Zelda: Skyward Sword
Back Burner: LBP2, LA Noire
Just finished: Anno 2070 (PC)
Home Theater: Panasonic PT-ae4000u, 110" Carada Brilliant White Screen, PS3
Gaming PC: I5 2500k, GTX 670, 8GB Gskill 1600 RAM, 64 GB Patriot SSD, Samsung BD Drive
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