|Kougar ||5th October 2007 06:03 |
You should change you point, this isn't an issue on the better TN LCD's... thuse not "all" TN LCDs.
Moreover, we have come to conclusion that due to economical reasons in the noble effort of reducing production costs (and the final price to consumers), panel manufacturers have put poor quality films on certain more economical panels.
Would you expect anything less than those results on the "economical" panels? Not really :)
|Rutar ||5th October 2007 13:04 |
Yes, but it is a risk for all TN displays and the price competition will make these cases a lot more common. The fact that you cannot detect it with scientific measurements means it can go unnoticed in a review.
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