Unfortunately, the stunning display from Ostendo comes with the same horrendous price tag as the NEC version. However, Engadget cites Ostendo as saying the displays are actually selling quite well. Most of the units sold so far have been for defense simulation and training but we like to think there's a die-hard gamer out there somewhere with the guts (wallet-shaped guts, of course) to purchase a few of these bad boys.
Why would you want more than one? Well, imagine a 2880 x 900 resolution, a .36mm pixel pitch, and a sub-.02ms response time. Got it? Right, now multiply it by three:
If you have a spare $20,000 hanging around, this dream could become a reality.
In other news, you seem really fond of commas Jane.
hmm.... playing HWAX w/ these 3 monitors, a i-7 extreme system, and 2 HD5890... plus 7.2 surround sound.... hmm... now I know why I need to work much harder (and with some luck)..... lol