Tbh with u, I wouldnt even give a crap about burn in, even if it occurs.
If I could get like 3-4 years out of an oled monitor and would then have to throw it away due to burn in, i wouldnt care. Still better than using any lcd.
The price point is the only question. If an oled pc monitor would cost 1-1.2k and lasted 4 years and then u throw it away, id go for it.
Ppl buy new smartphones every ~2 years for 800 or so, which is a complete waste, because u dont rly need a new iphone etc, u can replace the battery and keep using ur old one for 5+ years.
So a nice oled monitor for 1k, even if it becomes waste after 3-4 years is more justified than buying new smartphone every 2 yrs. we look at pc monitors for hours and almost daily, id rather look at something with incredible contrast, response times and viewing angles, than buy a new iphone every 2 yrs.
Lets be honest, i used my old ip6 for 4 yrs and coulda kept using it, with ios 12 update they rly gave it nice performance boost, so it wasnt slow or anything like that, i just bought smth new cause i got bored of it... thats all. It wasnt required or anything like that.
So ppl beaching about potential burn in, this and that.. who cares. If price is somewhat ok, which it is for lg oled tvs, you could replace them every 3-4 yrs or so and not care about burn in.
Look you replace the oled after 3-4 yrs, by that time micro LED should be here, then u buy micro led tv/monitor and keep it for longer.
Last edited by Stars; 01-05-2019 at 06:38 AM.