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I was wondering about Sony's new Internet TVs with built-in Google TV functionality, and their performance when it comes to gaming with a mid-high end PC build, as well as a 360.

I'm not very knowledgable when it comes to Monitors and TVs as far as what I should look at in the specifications, so any insight would be greatly appreciated!


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Your xbox should have no problems with it. It's designed to connect to a TV after all. The gaming PC will work, but will require some adjustments. You'll need to turn off overscan compensation to prevent the video card from shrinking and black-bordering the output. You might also need to set the resolution manually.

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OK, but as far as the quality and "performance" of this as a monitor, what do you think? I'm looking into the 32" or 40" and it has a 60Hz refresh rate, which I heard isn't bad. – Qcom Oct 18 '10 at 12:16

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