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It's already sold 1 million copies, but thats no surprise, this game had almost that many pre-orders! The good news is that due to its populatiry a sequel is now in the works.
Samsung have announced the launch of their impressive 305T monitor, boasting a 30" screen size and some impressive specs. Designed for the commercial market, the 305T combines a 16:10 wide-screen design and high, 2560×1600 resolution, making it ideal for a variety of professional applications, including medical, engineering, control rooms, CAD, graphics and design, and desktop publishing. Other specifications include 400cd/m2 brightness, 1000:1 contrast ratio, 178/178 degree viewing angle, a fast response time of 6ms (G2G), and a 0.25 pixel pitch for clean, tight image reproduction. The screen uses Samsungs own 6ms G2G S-PVA panel (LTM300M1) and offers functionality in the form of height, tilt and swivel adjustments. There is also an integrated USB hub. The screen is expected to appear in the US this December at a retail price of $1999.