MSI Now Offers laptop with Mini-LED LCD DisplayHDR1000 / 100% DCI-P3

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  1. Hilbert Hagedoorn

    Hilbert Hagedoorn Don Vito Corleone Staff Member

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    Marketing materials... "Edge-lit Locol Dimming"
     
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    MINI LED LOCOAL DIMING

    ... Jesus ...
     
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    Only 240 zones. I was expecting more.
     

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    So instead of proper per pixel contrast (like OLED), we're looking at something like a 20x12 grid of transitional muddy contrast gray zones in between everything. Bleh.
     
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    So it's essentially FALD for laptop screens. I'll take it! As long as there are enough zones, it should be a huge improvement over any edge-lit displays.
    It would be nice, but 240 seems like a good starting point for 15" and 17" screens. Most affordable 65" TVs don't break 120 zones (those that do cost $$$$). 240 zones on a small laptop screen will likely have little to no haloing or weird transitions.
     

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