These days, big movies have too much hype increasing stuff before they are released (sometimes years before): articles/interviews/backstages/vfx+sound breakdowns/some kind of new tech overview, etc... If there is something to say about the movie, well, you will know it. This year the tendency increased so much, it started to really piss me off. When I see all kind of different trailers and teasers about a single movie, put into social media, blogs and ads I feel like I'm being manipulated by film producers.
that 26 pin port asks for what $1-2k cable?
are we still in the 90's?
The most effective were in "The fifth element"
jeez... add $1.5k, buy ursa mini 4k and you are in a completely different market
1. 40" is the minimum screen size to make use of 4k, imo.
2. a dream monitor is OLED monitor, imo.
Agreed, the idea has it's weaknesses