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    Imagine the next nintendo console

    I wonder how the next nintendo console would be like....

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    Waluigi's #1 Fan! FRuMMaGe's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by Apple Guy
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    Next in line is Chintendo Vii!
    Yay! Nintendo totally stole their idea for the Wii.

    I hope Chintendo sure them for all they have

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    Just make sure it's in HD!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by TopBoss510
    Just make sure it's in HD!!
    Technically the Wii is HD (though only 480p)

    You mean for them to make it in FULL HD

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    only in 16:9 format though, even then its no longer considered HD by todays standards. When HD first hit the market pretty much anything better than 480i in a 16:9 format signal was HD.

    Now 480p 16:9 is considered ED, although alot of manufacturers still list it as HD to nab a uniformed buyer. By 2012 or whenever the New gens start rolling out i bet 1080 will pretty much be industry standard for every one.

    Although they will probably pop out with 2160 as the new HD by that time and everyone will still complain, although only a handful of people will acctual own something like that at the time.

    We always complain about the things we don't need or can't use.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FRuMMaGe
    Technically the Wii is HD (though only 480p)
    No, it's not. Standard definition is 480 lines, progressive or interlaced. Resolution is resolution. "High definition" implies more than the standard definition of 480 lines. Increasing video quality by going from interlaced to progressive is nice and all, but it's not increasing "definition" and hence is not "HD".

    Wikipedia agrees with me:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hi-Def#...ay_Resolutions

    You're getting confused like so many other people, because most people don't experience 480p until they get an HDTV. 480p is not in and of itself HD though. Long before HD there were devices that could display 480p.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sremick
    No, it's not. Standard definition is 480 lines, progressive or interlaced. Resolution is resolution. "High definition" implies more than the standard definition of 480 lines. Increasing video quality by going from interlaced to progressive is nice and all, but it's not increasing "definition" and hence is not "HD".

    Wikipedia agrees with me:
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hi-Def#...ay_Resolutions

    You're getting confused like so many other people, because most people don't experience 480p until they get an HDTV. 480p is not in and of itself HD though. Long before HD there were devices that could display 480p.
    Ok thanks

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