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Originally Posted by [USRF]ObiwanThe problem is that LCD screens have one resolution that is usable. When displaying 1680x resolution on a 19" screen it makes it so incredible tiny to read. You have to view it from 10cm to actually read text comfortably. Switching to a lower resolution will response in a pixel horror show. Normal "tv" lcd screens are now in full-HD resolutions in sizes from 26 to 50 inch. Now...that is excellent readability and you can hang back in your office chair and you can still read everything.
Originally Posted by gmmail1980Hi. Most reviews of "bit-tech" is just great, in-depth, confident and etc.
But I have some complains about last monitor reviews.
I find part of article "Objective Image Quality Analysis" totaly useles without DeltaE measurments, before and after calibration, etc. This header just do not deserves word "Objective". Good example how to make monitor reviews:
Entirely the content of this review says a lot:
2. The tests
3. Ergonomics : Display Port, the base...
4. Color rendering
5. More concretely for grey rendering
6. After calibration
7. Homogeneity of colors
8. The reactivity test
9. Input lag in games
10. Viewing angles
11. Movie rendering
12. Energy consumption
Originally Posted by Cobalt...
Originally Posted by ArticleWith pixel response, contrast ratio, screen diagonal and viewing angles being some of the most important considerations when you're buying a new LCD monitor, it's fair to say that the list of popularly scrutinised monitor specifications is long. But pixel pitch conspicuously isn't one of them.
Originally Posted by articleSimilarly, the gamma is a little wonky out of the box. That's an issue which must be addressed via the driver control panel there's no gamma control in the OSD.
Originally Posted by ReputatorQuote:Originally Posted by articleSimilarly, the gamma is a little wonky out of the box. That's an issue which must be addressed via the driver control panel there's no gamma control in the OSD.I own the monitor in question, and maybe you mean something else, but it does give you "user color" in the list of color options among the different temperature settings.
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