Originally Posted by imws
I noticed this as well on a demo machine at J&R the only hd resolutions listed were all interlaced. I believe it is related to the monitor driver that is being used. It is a generic PnP driver at least on the J&R machine. This was connected to a 46" Sony Bravia LCD. There's not a lot of information on this machine on the internet.
That is the way my computer came this week with that generic driver for some run of the mill monitor, I wonder if there are any drivers out there that take HDTVs into consideration? I have my computer connected to a Sony 60XBR2 that is supposed to be 1080p but I'll never know since my Blu-Ray optical drive seem to do only interlacing.