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|A new 135-inch screen, for a suitably impressive price|
|If you have a large, modern cinema-style TV in your living-room, the chances are that it's probably 65 inch. Maybe it's time to upgrade to a 135 inch one?|
What screen are you viewing this blog on? Probably not the new Asus 135-inch ProArt Cinema PQ07 monitor, I'd guess. Here are the sizes of some typical screens shown to scale:
The new Asus screen shown to scale
The problem with a monitor like this is that it's absolutely impossible to show what it looks like!
It probably looks a bit more impressive in person!
The Micro LED screen is 3,840 by 2,160 pixels, and apparently dispenses with the brightness limiters that most advanced monitors use (you can see all the techie specs here).
Why wouldn't you rush out and buy one of these? Well there is the teeny matter of the price, which has been set to about $200,000 (for which sum you could get about 1,000 normal size standalone computer monitors ...).
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