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    Philips to show off 34-inch curved UltraWide Quad HD display at IFA

    Will also be exhibiting a range of displays featuring Quantum Dot technology.
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    Re: Philips to show off 34-inch curved UltraWide Quad HD display at IFA

    I'm not sure what it is, but something about that curved monitor is just gorgeous.

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    Re: Philips to show off 34-inch curved UltraWide Quad HD display at IFA

    34 inch of epic proportions

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    Re: Philips to show off 34-inch curved UltraWide Quad HD display at IFA

    Quote Originally Posted by Silmaril.SE View Post
    I'm not sure what it is, but something about that curved monitor is just gorgeous.
    I agree, but I'd prefer to see a less chunky base, and less chunky bottom bezel

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    Re: Philips to show off 34-inch curved UltraWide Quad HD display at IFA

    Quote Originally Posted by AlexKitch View Post
    I agree, but I'd prefer to see a less chunky base, and less chunky bottom bezel
    I am just so happy that the base doesn't glow like an irradiated cowpat that I couldn't care less about its size.

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    Re: Philips to show off 34-inch curved UltraWide Quad HD display at IFA

    Philips should bring back the whole Ambilight shebang; it was needlessly complex and messy before but with USB 3 and/or wireless connections & LED lighting, it would be stunning.
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    Re: Philips to show off 34-inch curved UltraWide Quad HD display at IFA

    If this can run freesync and the quality control is right, it could be very interesting. If it's just another LG IPS then it better be well priced.

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    Re: Philips to show off 34-inch curved UltraWide Quad HD display at IFA

    Yeah needs FreeSync support... and maybe > 75Hz refresh rate that the Acer tops out at (IPS panel limitation?).

    But saying that, curved + 21:9 basically has me sold

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    Re: Philips to show off 34-inch curved UltraWide Quad HD display at IFA

    tissue plz
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    What is to come will come. And soon you too will stand aside,
    To murmur in pity that my words were true
    (Cassandra, in Agamemnon by Aeschylus)

    To see the wizard one must look behind the curtain ....

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    Re: Philips to show off 34-inch curved UltraWide Quad HD display at IFA

    In terms of bezel, it looks almost identical to the Dell U3415w. It can be assumed to have the exact same panel (because there is only one curved 3440x1440 34" IPS panel being manufactured). Shame about the overly fancy but minimally functional base.

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