Looking for Laptop for Gaming and Photography

Discussion in 'What Notebook Should I Buy?' started by 244ever, Mar 20, 2020.

  1. rlk

    rlk Notebook Evangelist

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    Or a part of the screen. This was observed when watching e. g. mostly a single channel with a fixed logo. I could see that happening with a laptop if the desktop or some other fixed element is showing most of the time.
     
  2. JRE84

    JRE84 Notebook Deity

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    tech is like phones....I have a s6 and its fine after 6 years of the static background image...there really is no arguement for it these days
     
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    Jupiter0401 Notebook Enthusiast

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    If your main purpose is photo and video editing, I will suggest OLED panel. I got my AERO 15 OLED last year, the colors and the contrast of the OLED are unbeatable, it was a great tool for my work in content creation and SD card reader is much easier for me to transfer data from mini SD card to laptop.
     
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    ClassicNerdGirl Notebook Enthusiast

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    That's what I said, it requires a long term exposure to an image. That's honestly a user error given the nature of OLEDs. I use my machine hours and hours every day, I don't have any issues with burn in.
     
  5. 244ever

    244ever Newbie

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    Thank you for sharing your experience! How long have your owned your AERO? How about the color accuracy? I do like the design of AERO.
     
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    ClassicNerdGirl Notebook Enthusiast

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    I have had my laptop for over six months, I literally work on it 12 hours a day non-stop. I seriously don't know how I could change back to a regular screen at this point. I have to give presentations to clients, that OLED is so vibrant, the presentations just pop and clients are BLOWN away, and I NEVER have to color calibrate to get accurate print results. Plus, my eyes don't get tired using this laptop and that is a totally new experience for me, I've never been able to sit in front of the screen like this without severe fatigue, so I'm super in love with my machine LOL - Not that you can tell.
     
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