I agree with you in that if it's not noticeable that there may be something wrong under normal working conditions, there is no real problem. Minor backlight bleed isn't that big of a deal. It's predominantly annoying if it's bad (and you will notice signs prior to testing) or if the luminance falls off significantly when tracking away from the center. Then you'd have dark into light increasing the contrast and pulling your eyes toward the edges of the display. That is irritating. It's similar to how photographers often don't want corners to be too bright. It's annoying if your eyes are pulled away from what you're viewing.do you really have to go looking for a problem? if you didnt notice it while in real world use, why make your self miserable finding something
nothing is perfect, you will always find something. "$3000" ( mine was 2131 with tax) doesnt give you a computer with no problems 100% of the time. No amount of money does. There will always be problems, so using the excuse that it was $3000 means nothing.If you are spending $3000 why not find the almost flawless display...before your waranty is up.
nothing is perfect, you will always find something. "$3000" ( mine was 2131 with tax) doesnt give you a computer with no problems 100% of the time. No amount of money does. There will always be problems, so using the excuse that it was $3000 means nothing.
Also, theres problems and then theres PROBLEMS. An issue that you have to actively look for in certain conditions, doesnt exsist. I guess what im trying to say, is just to enjoy your machine and stop looking for problems becuase you will find them
NEC said:The A-TW filter is an additional film that is applied to some LCD panels with the aim of improving off-axis viewing of the display by reducing the "glow" effect that can be seen when viewing very dark images at extreme angles on S-IPS LCD panels. While it does reduce the glow effect, it can also introduce a slight coloration artifact that causes the glow to appear green when viewed from one angle, and magenta from another