Re: LCD Monitor
I just like that size of monitor. If I can find something 25" or less which has a high contrast ratio, I will be happy. That Acer is 10,000:1 ACM which is Adaptive Contrast Management, the same idea as Dynamic Contrast Ratio. Acer doesn't market their true contrast ratio of their monitors. But with some research found nothing over 1000:1 CR from Acer. Every monitor I've found which has a high contrast ratio such as.. 50,000:1 (DC, DCR, ACM, ASCR, etc) is usually 1000:1 (true, typical, CR) In my opinion, monitors with true/typical contrast ratios higher than 1000:1 HAVE to exist somewhere. There are LCD TV's with 5000:1 true contrast ratio.
The reason I am so picky with the contrast ratio is, because with AutoCAD I'm looking at a black canvas all day with thousands of lines made up of hundreds of colors. Lines are usually the width of a pixel. Anytime I've seen a monitor with a higher contrast ratio, it's been easier to distinguish the colors and is not so hard on the eyes.
How many people can read hex if only you and dead people can read hex?
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