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Comment: Re:Get a TV (Score 2) 186

by strack (#47259631) Attached to: 4K Monitors: Not Now, But Soon
I mean, seriously, Seiki needs to hurry up and release a 60hz 4k version of its 38.5 inch display, preferably with a displayport. A 38.5 inch 4k 60hz VA panel would blow the weak ass 28 inch 4k TN panels everyone seems to be pushing today out of the water, especially if they keep their current price point. Ditch the tv tuner and smart tv crap, put in displayport and adaptive sync, and watch it become the monitor for All The Computers In The World.

Comment: Really. (Score 1) 207

by strack (#47133985) Attached to: 4K Displays Ready For Prime Time
4k displays have been ready for prime time since the middle of last year, when Seiki released their 39 inch 4k tv for around $600. Its just the monitor driving circuitry has been slacking, and HDMI sucks, and they really should have had displayport and 60hz 4k on these panels since the middle of last year.

Comment: Re:"needs to end" (Score 1) 291

by strack (#46645321) Attached to: NASA Halts Non-ISS Work With Russia Over Ukraine Crisis
The current administration has bloody well succeeded by waiting for commercial manned spaceflight to fill the role. And trust me, the Shuttle needed to die. It was a politically compromised design which led to it being expensive and unsafe. And if the current administration didnt sit on their hands, any crew carrying rocket they made would probably squeeze the likes of spacex out of contention. Not on price or efficiency mind you, but on government mandated usage by NASA. Much like the shuttle did for 30 years.

Comment: fair enough (Score 1) 284

by strack (#46607655) Attached to: U.S. Court: Chinese Search Engine's Censorship Is 'Free Speech'
Yeah. They to have the right to censor their search results if they want to, being a private entity in the U.S. Though, if they don't make clear that they are censoring search results, then I imagine they open themselves up to being sued for false advertising if they claim to be a 'internet search engine'.

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