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May 19, 2005

Sony PS3 is the Reason to buy 1080p HDTVs?

1080P Tv Sony Ps3I love the thinking that a game console will drive sales of TVs that cost 5,000 bucks a pop. What kind of country do you think this is? I guess the kind that WILL probably buy a 5,000 dollar TV to view games on. Well - it's a fun read at I4U - so get clicking.

I4U News - Sony PS3 is the Reason to buy 1080p:
1080p (progressive scanning) compared to the currently common 1080i (interlaced scanning) provides a sharper picture because it draws all lines one after the other for a single frame (60 frames per second). 1080i is alternating every other line per frame (30 frames per second). Back at CES 2005 there was no source that actually provides 1080p, up-sampling possibilities and resulting higher quality picture have been circulated as the only benefit for 1080p HDTVs. Now there is a 1080p source coming, it is called Sony Playstation 3.

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Posted by Jay Brewer at May 19, 2005 5:26 PM

Recent Comments

u know what. not all the dam HDTVs cost 5k. and hose ar the prices for he 75 in+ who says u have to pay thats much. God ur dumb(sry but u are). just buy a small 16in(thatsenough for a gamer) and they cost about only 400-600 bucks. also, u don't have to buy a god for saking hdtv to play ps3, i just has a function that hdtvs play graphices better. and don't be disen the PS3 when u don't understand whats going on.


Posted by: Serob at April 19, 2006 1:29 AM
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