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Giant 90-Inch Tv Comes To Europe

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http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-22942738

".....will need to be able to sit at least 3.5m away from the new screen to appreciate its picture"

Well that will rule out owners of most new build housing, with their ever shrinking room dimensions!

That's not much use in a UK shoe box flat.

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Bargain.

You need a mansion sized living room to have one of these, so from 2m away how much of the picture do you end up losing?

I used have a 114" projector screen in a room 20' x 14', perfect size for that room.

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Lol.

3D is getting phased out, with ESPN being the first big broadcaster to unload this ridiculous service. The rest will follow.

Each to his own. I've had a 3D TV for a couple of years and thoroughly enjoy it.

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.....it is a bit disconcerting and overpowering to have heads in a room that are bigger than a normal sized human head. ;)

Edited by winkie

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Each to his own. I've had a 3D TV for a couple of years and thoroughly enjoy it.

I sometimes watch films on my phone. If they're good films I'll enjoy them. I doubt I'd enjoy Transformers in any viewing format even if you threw a night with Megan Fox into the equation. As for Blackburn Rovers vs. Crystal Palace in 3D..... christ, if I was there, I'd pay to get out.

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So you watch 3 TV shows at the same time? Have the football on along with the Soaps?

You can't possible enjoy watching 3 shows at the same time.

Picture in picture could be useful for some people, Bloomberg in a small window whilst watching a film perhaps? Not a feature I'd use but it probably doesn't cost much to include. I would never watch football on a 90" screen....... nor on any other screen :lol:.

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Oh yes a lot of people can!

With a screen that size I'm sure you'd be able to fit more than 3 on a time using it as a PC monitor... Although at 90" I think it might give a few a bit of a size complex....

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My old Sim2 projector is only 720p and produces a brilliant image on a 114" screen.

Do you think it gets beyond a point where the human eye can't actually differentiate?

What definition is reality in again?

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If there wasn't any benefit in watching stuff on a massive screen, surely no one would go to the cinema.

That said, 90" is a bit excessive, even for a big telly lover like me.

The good thing is surely that ongoing developments will push prices down through the range. 50" screens in Sainsburys are looking well cheap.

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-2343501/Just-bought-new-TV-Its-date-HD--3D--forget-New-screens-15-times-sharper-mean-pictures-clear-real-life.html

Edit : As usual the Daily Mail tells us what we need. I love the unit of diagonal TV screens being the John Cleese wearing 7inch top hat.

Edited by Gigantic Purple Slug

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It is not so much the size nowadays but how long they purposely factor in them lasting and what insurance product to run alongside to prevent another big ticket item cost or finance package at a pre determined time in the future. ;)

Edited by winkie

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You don't have to be a CHAV to enjoy a large flat-screen TV.

Course you do.

Never met a normal person with one.

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