• Juno@beehaw.org
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    3 months ago

    In this day and age, good scientific testing is hard to come by. Thanks for this.

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      2 months ago

      Yes, I appreciate that immensely.

      If not for such tests, all we have to go on are ads (or subjective opinions of reviewers with limited market access and methodology).

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    3 months ago

    It’s insane with all the problems OLEDS have that they feel justified charging more than a thousand dollars for a monitor. A monitor that no matter what will eventually get burn in.

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      3 months ago

      Let you in on a little secret. Nothing is forever. All panels will eventually burn in.

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              2 months ago

              I never said they burn in equivalently. LCD technology has a much longer service life than oled but it will eventually burn in given the right circumstances. Also Pixels degrading over time is how burn in usually works with modern display technology. Nothing lasts forever and we should be cautious that our understandings reflect that in technology, especially when we’re using those understandings to build preconceived notions.