04-08-2017 05:00 AM
Here in Austria you can buy the Yoga 710 14 with a matte panel. However I could not find out the exact type. Does anybody know what the panel is like? Any information about brightness and contrast in comparison to the glossy touch panel?
04-10-2017 12:31 AM
Hi there, Chankoedo -
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Yoga 710 14 id having In-plane switching (IPS) technology means "IPS edgeless display without Anti-glare
According to our colorimeter, the Yoga 710's display can reproduce 96 percent of the sRGB color gamut, which is better than the thin-and-light category average of 79 percent.
The panel on the Yoga 710 registered a Delta-E color accuracy score of 1.1 (zero is best). While that's more precise than the category average of 2.13, its closest competitors notched 1 or lower.
The Yoga 710's display has an average 288 nits of brightness, literally outshining the 247-nit category average.
The faults with the display are mostly limited to the reflections created by its glossy surface. It literally looks like a mirror when turned off. It can be distracting in well-lit environments, especially outdoors in the shade. That said, the glossy surface does provide a slick surface for gliding your fingers across, and helps the display look crystal clear. Also, the display’s brightness is enough to overwhelm the reflections in many situations.
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