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|1st February 2009, 20:13||#1|
Join Date: May 2002
Philips Cinema 21:9 ratio TV demoed on Video
Pocket-lint's Stuart Miles attended the London launch of Philips' bonkers new "Cinema" line of televisions that sees the 56-inch widescreen monster given a loooong 21:9 ratio for black bar haters.
An incredibly niche product for rich idiots or just what your living room wall has been waiting for all its life?
|1st February 2009, 23:27||#2|
they just switch horizontal bars for vertical bars (and I prefer horizontal bars over vertical bars). Imagine how small a 4:3 movie would look like on that screen ? Even a 16:9 movie will apear small.
It would be cool for gaming tough, but 21:9 resolutions aren't supported in most games I guess.
|4th February 2009, 14:31||#5|
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