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1:07 AM
Why do DCI (real) 4K monitors still not exist under $1k? It seems you can have all of them you want if you're fine with UHD. - Why can't I buy a 27" iScreen and have it be more like +9k? I want the DPI of an iPhone, the same size as my computer monitor. Would that be in more like the +$10k range? ;)
 
@allquixotic Something like that, yes
@MichaelFrank Ramhound does that all the time when anyone criticizes his answer
@MichaelFrank SLC, 1 million hour MTBF, and 1500G shock tolerance not spectacular?
 
UHD is like $800. DCI is like $3k. Those 256 extra pixels, triple the price? What gives?
 
I'd like to see a non-"spectacular" drive survive being whacked by a baseball bat, or compressed inside a formula 1 race engine at max throttle.
No, I would like to see you fuck off and die Clippy
@Mazura UHD is $5000, DCI is $3k. What gives?!
 
!!tell 30033159 wat
 
@Mazura Prices are set as high as the market will bear. Most buyers of DCI are probably companies, where budgets are much less sensitive to "a few thousand dollars here and there" to get what they want. Most consumers will go to Best Buy and pick up the cheapest thing with a big "4K" sticker on it. They don't care if they're missing a few pixels.
 
You're comparing a professional, mastering grade monitor used by professional graphics workers and video producers to something completely different. As indicated above professional grade UHD monitors can easily cost more.
 
Well, I want a non-professional quality DCI. They don't exist?
 
No, because DCI by definition is a professional standard.
"I want a non-race quality race car"

"So you want a normal car then".
 
Bob
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???
 
1:19 AM
@Mazura If the market isn't selling what you're buying, welcome to the world of being a niche consumer: virtually no companies care about what you want, because your specific desires/needs/price points are so rare that they're not worth catering to.
 
!!tell 30033255 wat
 
They figure if you realllly want the goods, you'll pony up $3k for a professional-grade. If you don't want it that badly, you'll settle with UHD.
 
Bob
Oh. I broke Google.
(refreshing worked)
 
!!google Did bob break google
!!did Bob break Google
 
1:20 AM
@qwertyuiop Impossible
 
!!trout Bob
 
slaps Bob around a bit with a large trout!
 
@qwertyuiop Exactly. Just paint it red and remove the muffler. Oh well, thanks for the feedback. I guess I'll just keep waiting.
 
@allquixotic Hahahahahahaha
@Mazura And replace the engine and fuel system
And replace the fairings
And replace the wheels and axles and transmission
And fit a roll cage
And remove the passenger seats
And replace the steering column and gear stick
And replace the AV/radio system
And replace the battery
And adjust the suspension
And replace the driver
With the Stig
 
1:24 AM
That's all DiY, but I need the car body first.
 
Unfortunately they don't make race car bodies for non-race cars.
 
Awww shucks!
 
Just like they don't make helicopter bodies for bicycles.
 
Bob
@qwertyuiop Dammit, now I want one.
 
!!trout Bob
 
1:27 AM
slaps Bob around a bit with a large trout!
 
!!tell 30019597 wat
 
@ThatBrazilianGuy It specifically says "HTC Vive/Oculus Rift". The requirements are practically the same for both
This answer just shifts the question from "where is the folder" to "where is the database". — jiggunjer 19 hours ago
lol
@JourneymanGeek I don't buy Belkins
@CausingUnderflowsEverywhere Google-y it
> 1 000 000 m/s² 100 000 g Closing jaws of a trap-jaw ant.[20]
Odontomachus, or trap-jaw ants, is a genus of carnivorous ants found in the tropics and subtropics throughout the world. == Overview == Commonly known as trap-jaw ants, species in Odontomachus have a pair of large, straight mandibles capable of opening 180 degrees. These jaws are locked in place by an internal mechanism, and can snap shut on prey or objects when sensory hairs on the inside of the mandibles are touched. The mandibles are powerful and fast, giving the ant its common name. The mandibles either kill or maim the prey, allowing the ant to bring it back to the nest. Odontomachus can...
WHAT THE
100,000 G
That's three times more than a bullet.
> 5 400 000 g Jellyfish stinger[23]
That's 170x more than a bullet
 
Bob
@qwertyuiop It probably weighs more than three times less than a bullet, too.
 
Your face probably weighs three times less than a bullet
Actually it probably doesn't
But that'ts beside the point
It's faaaaaaast
I should try out some VR shit tomorro
 

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