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Excellent rundown over the two technologies. Certainly the best summary I've seen on this. Will...

Excellent rundown over the two technologies. Certainly the best summary I've seen on this. Will you guys also do an overview of the various motion blur reducing technologies? I've been curious about how the most recently announced ones stack up to ULMB.
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    Possibly. The major differences between them are the frequencies supported and the strobe crosstalk; for example the Samsung CFG70 has a four zone backlight to eliminate crosstalk, and many BenQ monitors have customizable pulse timing that users can tune to reduce crosstalk. Also a future G-Sync implementation is rumored to support both G-Sync and ULMB at the same time, aka variable refresh rate black frame insertion, which would be amazing. We will certainly write a test article for black frame insertion that touches on these different implementations, but we may write a more in depth comparison article in the future. We are also thinking of adding a crosstalk test to the scoring, stay tuned.
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