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Old 11-28-2012, 06:05 AM   #52
mobilewilier
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I would have to agree that the PW does induce some eye-ache even at the lowest settings. For me, it's mainly because i find that the contrast suffers in a totally dark environment and i need to strain more to see the text.

As i increase the light, i find that the screen can become too bright and hurt my eyes.

Therefore, I find the best compromise is a very faint external room light, with PW set to about 4 on the scale.

During daytime, the PW clearly excels, with a whiter screen (setting 15)
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