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post #21 of 27
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Originally Posted by senna89 View Post
what do u mean when tell me Grainy or Sparkle effect ?
can are you most precise please ?

i thinked that AG means anti glare = 0 ligh effects = no sparkle or another
The sparkle isn't from glare, it's the light hitting it from the monitor, the backlight. I always used it in a perfectly dark room, and it wasn't any better.

If you can, Microcenter usually has a U2711 on display, go there and see for yourself.
post #22 of 27
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Originally Posted by Aden Florian View Post
The sparkle isn't from glare, it's the light hitting it from the monitor, the backlight. I always used it in a perfectly dark room, and it wasn't any better.

If you can, Microcenter usually has a U2711 on display, go there and see for yourself.
i'm italian i cant trying it in my city.
and grainy ? what is the meaning ? like DIRTY effect ?
Edited by senna89 - 3/13/11 at 8:53am
post #23 of 27
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Comparing the U2311H to my 2408WFP i found the U2311H to be eye straining after 30 mins whereas i don't get any eye straining on my 2408WFP. Must be something to do with the hard coating anti glare panel.
have u set the dell or u had used the factory profiles ?
post #24 of 27
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Is This monitor suitable for text reading or not ?

And Is overdrive tecnology enable only with game mode ?
post #25 of 27
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No eyestrain or graniness here.

All these rumors made by the TN people...
Agreed, looks fantastic and its the most glare-resistant display i've ever had
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I personally have no problems with mine. Everything looks great. I think you'd have to be pretty OCD to say that they are 'grainy.'
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post #27 of 27
I'm starting to think that different revisions of the monitor used different anti-glare...
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