We measured the uniformity of the panel's lighting.
For those of you who aren't used to the Tom's Hardware tests, we'll recall the method we use:
We set the panel at 50% brightness and 50% contrast and measure the uniformity of the lighting on a white image separated into 64 areas of equal size. The brightest point is considered to be 100%, and the previously measured black value is considered 0%, with the other values obtained distributed between them.
The superiority of Lumileds is very clear here as well. The differences we measured were a maximum of 5%, or a maximum deviation of 2.5% from the average for the panel! Compare that result to that of the NEC 2180UX.
- NEC MultiSync 2180WG-LED
- What Traditional LCD Offers
- The Promise Of Lumileds
- NEC SpectraView 2180WG-LED: Superlatives
- NEC SpectraView 2180WG-LED: Ultra-High Fidelity
- NEC SpectraView 2180WG-LED: Ultra-High Fidelity, Continued
- Spatial Uniformity
- NEC SpectraView 2180WG-LED: Less Than Ideal Response Time
- In Practice