LED backlight doesn't mean anything. That's an LCD monitor with LEDs behind to shine through.Originally Posted by prologikus
two monitors VX238T and VS238H the vx have LED backlight and the VS have LED panel what is the differences ? and who is better ?
Agree 100% with this though for you it's not an issue as everyone mentioned, both are LED backlit. That's fine IMO & not something you need to worry about.Originally Posted by DuckieHo
You won't find an LED panel of significant size for under $1K though. OLED and AMOLED are cutting edge.
First, use a lot of "salt" as the saying goes when viewing manufacturing specs. AFAIK, there is NO uniform standard for measuring contrast ratio. Also, dynamic contrast (in this case ASUS Smart Contrast Ratio) is a bunch of... let's just say "marketing sales pitch". What you want to focus on is static contrast (usually you'll see this in parenthesis). So if a monitor shows "3,000,000:1 dynamic/super awesome/whatever contrast and (1,000:1) - the 1000:1 is the number you want to consider. Still, as DuckieHo points out, manufacturer specs are definitely no everything. Sadly, even spec may not be entirely accurate. A manufacturer may list 1000:1 static contrast, but testing puts it at 900:1, 800:1 or even less. For the most part, I suggest using contrast ratios only for comparison between models of the same brand.
Yeah, my mistake. For some reason I remembered/focused (not sure what happened) on "About amazon ... or ebuy or others we ( from my country ) dont use them they dont deliver in Romania..." - which is why I gave a link for Dell Romania, and some how missed/forgot "i like only Samsung&Asus..." Again, my fault, but I wish I hadn't wasted so much time.Originally Posted by prologikus
i just said i dont like very well this firms ... :< and if ips make differences .. VS239HR is good? he have -> 23inch <-> 250cd/m2 <-> 1000:1 <-> 5ms (G to Gσ) and i found it at 225 USD and dell at 238 ...