Hmmmmmmmmmm.... Slight lapse in credibility there, I think. How many 1920x1080, 36" plasma screens are there in the world?To really emphasize the monitor advantages, Canon organised a test room with the SED placed between a plasma and a LCD TV. All of them where in full HD (1920x1080 pixels) and had 36 diagonal.
Supposedly the first pilot plant will be producing 50" displays - maybe they will show more support issues?AML said:Are these canon models actually monitors? If so then I doubt size wise they will go much higher than 30" thus probably no need for support beams. Once bigger sizes come out there may be more issues.
Hopefully over time these screens will look even better than Plasmas and LCDs and be affordable.
For now though, LCD seems to be the best for monitor use.
I bet the blacks are better but never the less all we are seeing is pictures on a pc screen and we all know those can easily be changedwelwynnick said:Yeah - but just look at those blacks!!!
Many of the current problems with flat panel displays are down to sub-field processing and dither used in plasmas to get the grey-scale granularity small enough (to avoid banding), as well as the long response times of LCD displays, and their poor black response, chromaticity and gamma. SED should avoid most of these pit falls.phillfyspoon said:It's fair enough to say high resolution high contrast specs etc but does this really mean better picture? it might look very "digital" or processed or it might look smooth and natrual who knows?