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hmmm.. 12k for a 4:9 monitor

#1Fade2black001Posted 8/17/2014 6:55:51 AM(edited)
http://www.newegg.com/Product/Product.aspx?Item=N82E16824002801&nm_mc=AFC-C8Junction&cm_mmc=AFC-C8Junction-_-na-_-na-_-na&cm_sp=&AID=10446076&PID=3938566&SID=

Please enlighten me why this is 12,000$

Its most likely the highest resolution in the 4:9 aspect ratio but who uses that AR anymore?
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#2chimichanga XDPosted 8/17/2014 6:58:02 AM
NEC Display MultiSync MD211G5 Black 21.3 5 MegaPixels LED Backlight IPS Medical Diagnostic Widescreen Monitor 25ms 1100cd/m2, USB hub, Height Adjust/Pivot/Tilt/Swivel, 5 Year Warranty
#3Fade2black001(Topic Creator)Posted 8/17/2014 7:07:12 AM
chimichanga XD posted...
NEC Display MultiSync MD211G5 Black 21.3 5 MegaPixels LED Backlight IPS Medical Diagnostic Widescreen Monitor 25ms 1100cd/m2, USB hub, Height Adjust/Pivot/Tilt/Swivel, 5 Year Warranty


Medical huh? Can't you display that info on any monitor?
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#4LikeGoodMorningPosted 8/17/2014 7:11:03 AM
I don't know but this topic inspired me to look into how much we can get for oled tv's now. It looks like LG is coming out with a 55 inch 1080p oled tv for $3500 mrsp so that means you can get it for under $3000.

I remember last time I checked for a 55 inch tv oled 1080p was like $9000 so good progress!@

Still seems like it's gonna be awhile to justify a 4k oled tv but now at least you can consider one for you 1080p lovers out there.
#5Fade2black001(Topic Creator)Posted 8/17/2014 7:32:44 AM
LikeGoodMorning posted...
I don't know but this topic inspired me to look into how much we can get for oled tv's now. It looks like LG is coming out with a 55 inch 1080p oled tv for $3500 mrsp so that means you can get it for under $3000.

I remember last time I checked for a 55 inch tv oled 1080p was like $9000 so good progress!@

Still seems like it's gonna be awhile to justify a 4k oled tv but now at least you can consider one for you 1080p lovers out there.


yes
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#6PhilOnDezPosted 8/17/2014 8:23:55 AM
Fade2black001 posted...
chimichanga XD posted...
NEC Display MultiSync MD211G5 Black 21.3 5 MegaPixels LED Backlight IPS Medical Diagnostic Widescreen Monitor 25ms 1100cd/m2, USB hub, Height Adjust/Pivot/Tilt/Swivel, 5 Year Warranty


Medical huh? Can't you display that info on any monitor?


If a cheapo $100 monitor dies in an office all that's lost is a couple hours' worth of work at most (from that station not being able to be used), plus $100 to replace it. If a piece of medical equipment goes out people die. It's similar to the reason people pay $5000 for a quadro over the $700 a 780ti or even the $1000 a Titan would cost for the exact same gpu. If a part failing is life-or-death or a tens of thousands of dollars setback you pay the extra money for top tier binning.
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#7Skul_Posted 8/17/2014 8:25:16 AM
PhilOnDez posted...
If a cheapo $100 monitor dies in an office all that's lost is a couple hours' worth of work at most (from that station not being able to be used), plus $100 to replace it. If a piece of medical equipment goes out people die. It's similar to the reason people pay $5000 for a quadro over the $700 a 780ti or even the $1000 a Titan would cost for the exact same gpu. If a part failing is life-or-death or a tens of thousands of dollars setback you pay the extra money for top tier binning.


This, and all hospital stuff is incredibly overpriced as well.
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#8Trance_FanPosted 8/17/2014 8:27:30 AM
it's $12K for the reasons below:

1) hospitals will pay this rate because they're hospitals

2)This 5-megapixel model has an IPS panel to provide precise grayscale reproduction and wide viewing angles, as well as integrated backlight and front sensors, which constantly monitor and adjust brightness to maintain the factory DICOM GSDF calibration.

3) NVIDIA = FINISHED
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#9PhilOnDezPosted 8/17/2014 8:31:23 AM(edited)
Skul_ posted...
all hospital stuff is incredibly overpriced as well.


That too, lead doped Sheetrock is like $300 a sheet, normal Sheetrock is $10 a sheet, lead is basically worthless.
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#10Fade2black001(Topic Creator)Posted 8/17/2014 8:34:23 AM
PhilOnDez posted...
Fade2black001 posted...
chimichanga XD posted...
NEC Display MultiSync MD211G5 Black 21.3 5 MegaPixels LED Backlight IPS Medical Diagnostic Widescreen Monitor 25ms 1100cd/m2, USB hub, Height Adjust/Pivot/Tilt/Swivel, 5 Year Warranty


Medical huh? Can't you display that info on any monitor?


If a cheapo $100 monitor dies in an office all that's lost is a couple hours' worth of work at most (from that station not being able to be used), plus $100 to replace it. If a piece of medical equipment goes out people die. It's similar to the reason people pay $5000 for a quadro over the $700 a 780ti or even the $1000 a Titan would cost for the exact same gpu. If a part failing is life-or-death or a tens of thousands of dollars setback you pay the extra money for top tier binning.


I understand what you're saying but a monitor going out/dies you don't loose any work cause of it.
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