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Sat Dec 27 01:06:11 GMT 2014 - 1:06 AM
Thank you very much for the support and comment Sugarbear!
What I'm hoping is that they can strike up a deal with Surrey NanoSystems to bring down the costs for mass production and that, while scientifically significant, the thermal qualities are not substantial enough to be detrimental in maintaining a cooled computer system. Or, alternatively, that Alienware can easily compensate for whatever additional heat may be produced by the vantablack coating.
If my understanding of vantablack's visual effect is accurate, it's going to be such an awesome look: like there's a void in the shape of a computer rather than an actual physical object...a black hole with ports! I can easily see this being applied to monitors as well, making it look like your screen is floating in a square-shaped void, which may actually help sharpen the image due to the lack of surrounding visual stimulation, I'm unsure. Could also see keyboards done with the keys left uncoated for a unique look...so on and so forth.
Sat Dec 27 00:24:05 GMT 2014 - 12:24 AM
I'm not entirely sure how this could be acomplished unless two additional screens were done that folded out from the initial screen like the shudders on a window. Each of these screens would be half the size of the primary screen, rather than the full size, but his could provide a larger primary screen or three independant screens and thus acomplish what you're looking for no?
There's also the possibility that a slide-out monitor could be designed to reside within the primary screen, allowing you an optional second monitor rather than mandatory additional monitors like my first suggestion. It could slide in and out the primary screen like your DVD drive and give you an additional, nearly, full screen.
The more I think about it, I can see a few different potential configuratinons that might work...but I'm not a very tech savvy individual.
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