Very useful pics Jon. I just ordered my 3790 with WSXGA the other day from PCT. You don't have a Nushield on yours do you?
post #41 of 68
10/4/04 at 12:05am
Originally Posted by One
I have no reason not to believe you, John, when you say that the WSXGA looks a bit more vibrant than the WUXGA in person, and I know that photos aren't always the best reference for determining this - "in person" is the best way to see it.
But when looking at your photos, I guess I have to take the road less traveled, because to me, in your photos the WUXGA on the right looks better to my eyes.
The WSXGA on the left is the one that looks like it's a tad bit milky and washed out in several of the photos, whereas the WUXGA is the one that looks more vibrant to me - the colors seem to be deeper, richer. Not in every photo, but in several, especially in the doom picture.
I can see a difference in the whites - the WSXGA whites look a bit whiter in some cases, and in others the WUXGA seems a bit whiter. Just too hard to get an accurate feel with photos. But overall, the WUXGA just looks a bit better to me. Both screens appear to be at the exact same angle, so I couldn't blame any discrepancies in screen quality on that factor when looking at these pictures. Maybe lighting could have played a factor here when you were snapping some of the pictures, but clearly not in all.
Each to his own. I prefer UXGA myself, so that's what I'll be waiting for with the system I'm interested in.
Thanks a lot for snapping all those pictures. At the very least, they serve as a great reference for the difference in resolutions.