Dead pixel/backlight bleed warranties from HIDevolution

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  1. Phoenix

    Phoenix Super Tweaker

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    Oh I never knew OLED screens were available for laptops!

    by the way, you have an extra [/FONT] text in your signature after your Gaming Badge Image [​IMG]
     
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  2. ThatOldGuy

    ThatOldGuy Notebook Deity

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    Yea, They were launched in January 2016 CES and made it through all revisions into the current 14" X1 Yoga and Alienware 13

    https://www.forbes.com/sites/daveal...-2016-bright-spot-for-notebooks/#12884f917922

    The HP Specter X360 OLED in the article never made it to the market as far as I am aware.

    As you may or may not know... OLED technology does not use back-lighting and has perfect contrast levels as well as ~100% Adobe RGB and ~100 sRGB. Also better response times than IPS panels. It really should be the next step for Laptops
     
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  3. nedooo

    nedooo Notebook Consultant

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    Nature of IPS is light bleed, well helo beautiful LOL
    I have 6 IPS panels to look at...
    1 has backlight bleed SONY 49 inch tv (IPS panel)...IPS monitor doesnt...IPS on 2 phones doesnt...IPS on tablet doesnt...
    So im my no brain experiment I can conclude backlight bleeding is not in IPS nature...
    it is in I dont give a fook about my costumers nature...and if some machine asembly part can assemble 100 display panels before
    it needs to be replaced why not assemble 1000 display panels...
    While there are sheeps there will be woll :)
     
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  4. Donald@HIDevolution

    Donald@HIDevolution Company Representative

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    Indeed a 'no brain' experiment.

    Phones, tablets, desktop monitors and TVs are not laptop screens.

    Also, have you tested in a completely dark room, with just a black background on your screens.

    Now, you should do a bit more research on the issue before making such a post. Oh, and use Google translate if English is not your first language...or, if English is your first language, pay attention to Spell Check. Your Profile says you are 40, but your post says otherwise.
     
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  5. nedooo

    nedooo Notebook Consultant

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    He said that about IPS panel nature...while it is just big fat lie, and you jumped on that train...what does that tell us...hmmm...
    Even it is no brain experiment, you failed observing the point.
    Real issue is bezel asembly and design.
    I can see why you are rooting for this nonsense.
    Company you represent will charge people extra cash for minimal light bleed.
    While that is what they should get in the first place.
    And who is to tell what is the amount of that light bleed caused by bezel twisting panel they should agree on?
    You :)
    That is so cute...

    Edit: I tought someone else said that about IPS panels, but it was You! @Donald@HIDevolution
     
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  6. slimmolG

    slimmolG Notebook Consultant

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    Let's not derail my (hopefully informative) thread. I'd hate to unfollow my own post!
    :eek:

    I know this topic isn't as riveting as a describing a magical triple 1080 SLI laptop with 128GB of RAM, but comparative reviews regarding pixels/bleed from other purchasers (from HID or not) would be more interesting!
    ;)
     
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  7. tanzmeister

    tanzmeister Notebook Evangelist

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    you can actually minimize the bleed by yourself. it's a bit tricky though.
     
  8. tanzmeister

    tanzmeister Notebook Evangelist

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    I echo this! I have personally fixed over 100+++ backlight bleed problems. in most cases the problem lies in the twisted bezel, too tight bezel fastening, LCD backlid twist or LCD screw mount bending.
    more rarely the LCD panel frame bent, which is the simplest fix of all!!
     
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  9. slimmolG

    slimmolG Notebook Consultant

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    @tanzmeister
    Thanks for the heads up and sounds like you have lots of experience, much more than my guessing and trial and error to reduce bleed on a sample of one.

    I'd be interested to see a few example pics demonstrating the most problematic points to check and adjust. Not really a guide per se, since bleed will vary between displays, but something a long the lines of 'twist this' or 'look here'
    Possible?
     
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