Although Acer Swift 3 (SF315-41) sports a decent IPS screen with minor drawbacks, it uses PWM from 0 to 99% brightness which may cause unnecessary strain on some users’ eyes.
We say some of the users because as you know the higher the frequency of the pulsations, the better and our equipment measured 21 kHz frequency of the emitted light which reduces the negative effect to a huge extent. However, if you have extra sensitive eyes, we suggest browsing our PWM ranking table for notebooks with better PWM rating. You could also install our Health-Guard profile, which not only eliminates PWM but also limits the negative blue light emissions.
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