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Thread: something i never even thought about - sunglasses

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    Maximum Bitrate bes51659's Avatar
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    My screen is polarized in 45 degrees... I thought my shades were just too dark, and then I twisted my head... :-(
    Searched the forum before I started a new thread. Glad I did!

    Why **** aren't the screens polarized with concern taken about polaroids? Well, if it had been optimized for lying on the side I guess that would have been worse...

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    Self proclaimed spoon feeder TruckinMP3's Avatar
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    Or you could get glasses that are not polarized
    D201GLY2, DC-DC power, 3.5 inch SATA

    Yes, you should search... and Yes, It has been covered before!

    Read the FAQ!

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    Raw Wave
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    Raybans. Or do they now have them? (The argument is that good lenses do not require polarisation. I swore by polarised lenses, but admit that unpolarised raybans and serengeti were ok.)

    Alas LCDs depended on polarisation....

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    Variable Bitrate
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    All the cancer council ones are polarised I think.. That is what I usully get..

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    If you dont know what i mean check out this site, it expalians it a bit ...and i thought that the stuff i learned in physics would never come up in real life....
    Thank your information, i will visit the website.

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