I don't know what people are talking about - I can't see any issue with my 16" MBP screen - it's better than my non Retina 2012 MBP I am coming from.
Actually I love the colors, depth and resolution on the newest Mac display.....
Hmmm I don't see any smearing or blurriness on my 16" MBP.if you use your mbp as statik image/portrait viewer, there is not any problem but basically if you scroll a web page you will notice terrible smearing texts look like terrible blurried. Because the display is only 60 hz(cheaper notebooks start from 72hz) and mbp 16 has the worst pixel response time in all macs. So mbp 16 display is one of the worst displays on planet to view dynamic items
I guess I am not seeing what you apparently can see.just scroll this page and try to look at texts at the same time or open a page with images and scroll and look at the images at the same time
I guess I am not seeing what you apparently can see.
Is it a flicker or page refresh issue ?
I am looking at my 16" MBP and my externally connected 27" Thunderbolt display and can NOT see any smearing or blurriness on either display.
Even my work 15.4" Retina MBP looks the same.
The only screen that does not look as sharp when scrolling is my NON retina 2012 13" MBA....
Can you tell me how to change refresh rate on my monitor ?if it is possible, i request a favor from you. If your external display have 120 or 144hz refresh rate. Could you please make a video record on both monitors during scrolling in same web page and upload it (not in mirror screens mode)
Right on time- the notebookcheck review. Significantly faster response times than 16" pro confirming my observations.