The wait is over! Some of you saw this coming a mile away, since we all know how important it is for every user, and how there exists a lack of information on the matter. You’ve been aware of the hard work we’ve put into popularizing the problem – it is an issue that should receive more attention from manufacturers and customers alike.
Yes, we’re talking about Pulse-Width Modulation (PWM), or put otherwise, the flaw of some displays that has the potential to affect our eyesight without us even noticing it. PWM is the screen flickering that occurs when you lower the monitor brightness – instead of reducing the light intensity, some displays turn them on and off very quickly – to a level that our brain doesn’t distinguish, making us believe that we’re just seeing a less bright image. There are some displays that use PWM even when the brightness is set to maximum.
That is why in our laboratory we test every laptop and monitor with specialized, highly-efficient equipment, putting the results through our own algorithm. Here we have a list all of the final ratings in our new Top Laptop PWM Ranking page…
>>> Top Laptop PWM Ranking <<<
We’re glad to finally be able to help our audience in this comprehensive manner. If you need information on something that hasn’t been covered in our PWM introductory article, we encourage you to discuss it in the comments section.