how do i find the response time of my laptops monitor?

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  1. mrlanrat

    mrlanrat Newbie

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    Hi. today most desktop lcd monitors like to brag about their response time, like 2ms. but i can not find any of that information for my (or any) laptop monitor. i assume that it would be a lot slower than a desktop, my guess is around 8ms but how do i find out?

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    Instrument Mechanic Notebook Guru

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    As far as I know, most LCD panels for Notebooks are made by Phillips or LG (I think?), the Dual lamp, ultrabright view has a 8ms response time, others are much longer like 25ms or more. Power limitations and size play a big factor and you trade brightness for resolution as I understand it.
     
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    Thanks.

    so i guess that that means that my dv6000t has a 8ms response time...
     
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    ruibing Notebook Consultant

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    How do you find out whose the maker of your LCD? And does anyone install anything for their monitors (like color profiles)? I recently reinstalled WinXP so I didn't notice if it came installed on my laptop under Vista.

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    i have vista, how would i tell?

    under device manager it just says generic pnp monitor.
     
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