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Dell IPS series have an excessive AG treatment

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An user tell to me thet the Dell U series specially U2311H have an excessive anti glare treatment in the pannel and this cause imperfections and grainy in some pictures or text and will most likely cause eyestrain. !!!!!!!!

is true ?
Edited by senna89 - 3/12/11 at 4:42am
post #2 of 27
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when the definition is not high.

is true ?
Do you mean when the display is running at less than it's native 1920x1080? Nobody runs a display like that at less than native.

I have one, it's not glossy but the anti-glare isn't excessive. It definitely doesn't cause glare.
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Do you mean when the display is running at less than it's native 1920x1080? Nobody runs a display like that at less than native.

I have one, it's not glossy but the anti-glare isn't excessive. It definitely doesn't cause glare.
no, i mean the small pictures such as those found on the webpage in jpeg ecc or some text page ecc.....

and for the eyestrain question ?
post #4 of 27
No
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The antiglare can result in a sort of "shimmering" effect on whites. But imo it's not particularly bothersome. It's sort of the lesser of two evils, the other being bright reflections/glare ala the apple cinema displays.

Source: Owner of U2311H and U2711
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No eyestrain or graniness here.

All these rumors made by the TN people...
    
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It takes a bit of getting used to if you come from a monitor with no AG, but once you get used to it, it's much easier on the eyes and a lot nicer to look at. Give it time.
    
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No eyestrain or graniness here.

All these rumors made by the TN people...
I had the U2711, but couldn't stand the AG coating. I've done a good amount of research into the matter, and it seems it just comes down to preference, you have to see it for yourself. It might also depend on how close you sit from it, I sit fairly close.

I hated it so much I did this to it within hours of receiveing it .
Edited by Aden Florian - 3/12/11 at 6:07pm
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Yes they do, but it's not that bad and you get used to it.
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