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How important is 300 cd/m2 over 250 cd/m2?

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Is the 250 going to be noticeably dimmer?
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Not really. My monitor is 250 and it's pretty bright at 100%.
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Alright, cool. I'm getting a 24'' monitor and I'd be kinda bummed if it's too dim to deal with the sunlight in my room =/
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Just saw a review of my monitor saying that it could attain extreme brightness levels. Woot!
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my 300 is on 65% brightness because it's too bright. for my room, at least.
and that's with full california daylight too.
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