The Surface Pro 4 spreads five lovely megapixels of “PixelSense” display across a foot-long screen. That’s good enough for 267 tiny pixels per inch! But more than that, it’s supposedly a pretty good one. How good? DisplayMate tested it out and compared it with comparable tablets and has ranked it up there with current model TVs, digital cameras and other such screens.
We find out that the display uses the Indium Gallium Zinc Oxide element layers to put out colors on its LCD, something Sharp also uses. There’s full depth of color and ever-so-close to [...]
Some people like to be picky about their displays. It’s not about how many pixels there are, but what kind of picture those pixels come together to make. Does it make sense? Does it look pleasing? If it doesn’t, some device batches may have not had the best QA looking them over.
It might be the case with the LG-made Google Nexus 5X as users are taking to the respective subreddit to report yellowy hues on their devices shipping from California, Illinois, Toronto and Mississauga.
Taking pictures of displays does not necessarily show the breadth of the [...]