That is a good point! I forgot to mention that.I shine a light at the wall behind my monitor it seems to help with eye strain.
which model and how far do you sit from it?That is a good point! I forgot to mention that.
I have a 43" monitor for my daily use at home and I miss it when in the office. I very much like the size and the flexibility it gives me for resolution, scaling when I want it, window placement etc.
I will admit that the VA panel in mine is a bugger to tweak because of the BGR pixel layout. I have it set up well now, and it doesn't cause eye strain for me, but it is one of those things I still tweak from time to time, wondering if I can make it just that little bit better...
Full disclosure, although I am very happy with mine, the BGR panel is it's Achille's heel for sure.Model is Gigabyte Aorus FV43U (in my signature).
From where I sit, the distance from my eye to the monitor panel is 33 inches. That's good for work and gaming, but I find if I watch video full screen I tend to slide my chair back some, at least another foot.
I don't scale everything via Windows, I don't want to lose the screen real estate for multitasking. But I do zoom some content, web pages, docs, spreadsheets etc. when necessary. For example HWC Forum I run at 125% in Chrome.
Current OLED panels in monitors suffer a similar fate today, partially why I've held off, as some say the text is really bad to read, others say they don't even notice.the BGR panel is it's Achille's heel for sure.
I didn't realise that about OLED. I thought they were the pinnacle of the visual experience (except for burn-in potentially).Current OLED panels in monitors suffer a similar fate today, partially why I've held off, as some say the text is really bad to read, others say they don't even notice.
I'd stick to IPS if there's concern of eye strain and text readability.