NEC unveils massive 82-inch Monitor

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NEC Display Solutions has itself a new 82-inch display today which, while designed for professional-grade usage, could probably find its way into your home quite easily. It is called the MultiSync LCD8205 and you can pick yourself up one for around $55,000 before Christmas.
 
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If I had lots of money RootbeaR I would get the giant 8 foot by 22 foot screen that a company right here in town makes. I seen it on the news the other day and they do all the really big screens your see ads on and it was like wow. Plus I would need to but a bigger house so they could set it up and then bet a AC just to keep the room cool from something that big putting out the heat.
 
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if i had lots of money rootbear i would get the giant 8 foot by 22 foot screen that a company right here in town makes. I seen it on the news the other day and they do all the really big screens your see ads on and it was like wow. Plus i would need to but a bigger house so they could set it up and then bet a ac just to keep the room cool from something that big putting out the heat.
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Considering its an 82 inch monitor, a native resolution of 1920 x 1080 HD resolution isn't that impressive, I mean with the size of the thing you would want a bit more detail.

1080p/i is amazing on smaller monitors but on a screen this size I would have expected, WQXGA [2560×1600] or something thereabouts
 
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Yea and when your closer to the screen it will look even worse amadeus2k8.
 

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I suspect that large a monitor would be intended for viewing at greater distances, so 1080p resolution would still look pretty good.
 

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Yup, this obviously isn't designed to be used on top of a desk -- it's going to be behind the front desk running ads or tiled behind Dan's band as they perform. ;)
 
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Apparently John Lewis in London has a 103inch Panasonic HDTV on display also 1080p omg grr
 
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My wife saw it used on CNN political news a few days ago, and was telling me about it then. When I read this thing to her, she recognized it immediately. So, it is in a professional grade setting.
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