More about the LaptopMedia display profiles and the PWM Ranking – what are we working on

Those who follow us closely have probably noticed that we have two new sections and a new project we are working on – the LaptopMedia profiles. On January 1st, two years ago we revealed that along with the in-depth reviews, we’ll focus on health-related issues and this is the result of our hard work. Unique display profiles which protect your eyes and body from the harmful Blue light (read more), eliminate Pulse-Width Modulation (read more) and thanks to the custom-tailored nature (we test every panel and every laptop individually, so the profiles are different for every model) – they keep the colors as perceptually accurate as possible.

Along with the Health-Guard we described above, we create two additional profiles for every laptop – one Office Work / Web Design for accurate colors, precise gamma curve and color temperature for office work or web design (read more) and one Gaming and Movie Nights because we know that visual experience is essential for every gamer (read more).

In order to make the use of our profiles as easy and intuitive as possible, we collaborated with the Bulgarian software company Iristech.co (the creator of the Iris app) so now we have a beautiful application for our profiles – read more here:
https://goo.gl/H4xxnU

You can buy custom profiles for your laptop through our dedicated Display Profiles Page or from every laptop review that includes a special profile section that will allow you to purchase by card or via PayPal. Purchasing the three profiles as a package gets you a major discount, and the amount you have paid will be invested in our lab so that we can expand and improve our reviews even further.

But that’s not all. Now you can look through our vastly improved Top Laptop PWM Ranking page when choosing your new laptop so that you could find a machine that has no or less harmful PWM – that way you can use our Office / Web Design profile throughout the whole day, without worrying about flickering, and you can use our Health-Guard if you have to work in the evening or at night.

Important: Using the Health-Guard profile doesn’t provide you with an environment suitable for gameplay or using productivity apps for prolonged periods. It is highly recommended that you still have the will to close the windows and power off your machine not long after 21:00 when your brain is ready to drastically rise melatonin levels.

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nicolas
nicolas
5 years ago

Hey, I really appreciate the work you do here and I have a suggestion for the pwm ranking section. I think it will be interesting to implement a feature that allows us to sort the laptops depending on the pwm frequency or no pwm at all in order to display only some laptops with no pwm at all or just laptops with pwm starting at x frequency. Just wanna put that out here. Have a great day.

Dan
Dan
5 years ago

Hello there, I want to buy your display profiles pack, but I am confused. I just bought an acer predator 17 (g9-793-78cm) 1080p version. The review on your website and elsewhere says that my laptop has the LG LP173WF4-SPF2 panel. Acer support also confirms that. But when I check the hardware ID of the panel on my laptop it says LGD0469. A quick google search reveals that LGD0469 is actually LP173WF4-SPF1 and not SPF2. So I am confused. Which profile pack should I buy? Please advice. Could you please email me link to purchase the correct display profile for my… Read more »

Dan
Dan
5 years ago
Reply to  Simeon Nikolov

Hi, interestingly HWINFO lists both model numbers as my display’s model number. Here’s a screenshot. (https://ibb.co/f7JLMF). Very confusing.

Carlos
Carlos
3 years ago

hello there, I have the hp specter 13 x360 at the end of 2017 (eighth generation processor), my laptop monitor is CMN1376, Will the screen profiles of the 1367 model analyzed on your website serve me?

https://laptopmedia.com/review/hp-spectre-x360-13-review-lean-and-premium-business-solution/
https://laptopmedia.com/screen/chi-mei-cmn1367-2/
(your analysis of the CMN1367)

https://www.notebookcheck.net/HP-Spectre-x360-13t-i7-8550U-FHD-SSD-Laptop-Review.289232.0.html
(this is the link where you can see the display of my laptop, CMN1376)