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Old 06-20-2019, 02:15 PM
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bought an HP laptop, bought an Acer laptop, bought a Samsung Galaxy tablet, all of them will show dark areas pixeleted. The problem it's set by default darker than average so on computers when increasing gamma it will make dark area look pixelated. The same thing with Samsung Galaxy tablet. It's too dark so increase gamma makes it look pixelated and it's the only way to make it brighter other than the regular brightness option which the maximum capacity isn't good enough to make dark areas look bright enough. Hp laptop screen was anti-glare, Acer laptop is glossy and Samsung Galaxy tablet is glossy. What the hell is going on? And what is causing this? All of them are capable of HD and at least 1920x 1080 resolution.
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