The ASUS ZenBook UX410UQ IPS screen has a good PWM rating in our ranking table

Our tests show that the ASUS ZenBook UX410UQ has an excellent IPS display with just a few drawbacks and PWM is one of the small issues here, believe it or not. It appears that the screen uses PWM to control screen brightness only below 30%.

This is excellent news as brightness below 97 cd/m2 (30%) is too low for everyday use unless you are in a really dark room. But even if you happen to go below 30%, the frequency of the emitted light is so high (25 kHz) that only users with really sensitive eyes will feel the effects. And a great addition to the already good panel would be our Health-Guard profile, which will eliminate the negative blue light emissions while preserving the color accuracy as much as possible.

If you want, you can check out the full review for more details and also check out our PWM ranking table for laptops with similar or better PWM rating.

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