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sdalxn
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P51: eye strain

Do you feel serious eye strain when you use P51 for a while?

I feel my eye  is getting worse and worse.

 

Monitor Properties
Monitor Name Lenovo B156ZAN02.1
Monitor ID LEN40BD
Manufacturer B156ZAN02.1
Monitor Type 15.6" LCD (4K UHD)
Manufacture Date 2016
Serial Number None
Max. Visible Display Size 345 mm x 194 mm (15.6")
Picture Aspect Ratio 16:9
Maximum Resolution 3840 x 2160
Pixel Density 283 ppi
Gamma 2.20
DPMS Mode Support Standby, Suspend, Active-Off

Supported Video Modes
3840 x 2160 Pixel Clock: 533.50 MHz

 

Moderator note: off-topic post moved to its own thread.  Subject edited to match content. Was: Re: P51 64GB ECC RAM recommendations

sdalxn
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Re: P51: eye strain

Does everyone have the same feeling?

 

luckypunq
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Re: P51: eye strain

Have you tried changing the scale of the GUI ?

 

You might need to take regular breaks from the screen every 30 mins or so, I like to look up into the distance for a minute or so, or get up and move around for a few minutes to reset.

 

Or go see an optometrist get you eyes checked, don't tell him your issue or he'll try to sell you some bunk eyestrain glasses for computers (total bull**bleep** product).

 

I have turned the OS to dark mode and used settings and extensions to make as much of my GUI's 'dark' , I find dark greys the best, these high lux/nit displays really pound my retina's.

 

Also try using eye drops.

 

See what works for you !

sdalxn
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Re: P51: eye strain

Hi, luckypunq, thanks for your reply.

 

I always use 250% scale in display settings and now I use 300% scale.

I found I  can hardly open my eyes when I used the computer for some hours even I have my eyes rest some minutues.

 

Someone says the screen is poor quality and even there is no method to  make things better.

 

Do you use the same screen? I mean 4K resolution and the same screen brand.

 

englanda
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Re: P51: eye strain

I love the 4K screen on my P50 but I noticed my eyes becoming uncomfortable when using it. The solution was just to lower the brightness level, setting to ~30% helped. This is when using it with Linux, Gnome desktop.
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Re: P51: eye strain

My eye strain started too 3 weeks ago. I believe it is related to summer, the intensity of blue light is getting stronger, which causes eye strain.

Your best bet is using FLUX or Windows 10's night time feature.

You can find how to enable night mode here: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4027563/windows-10-set-your-display-for-night-time

Warm regards,
Jonas Hendrickx

Lenovo Insider - Windows Insider MVP

Personal website: ThinkScopes

sdalxn
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Re: P51: eye strain

Thank you for your reply.

I have open night mode  from AM 1:00 to PM 12:00 and set color tempture to 4500K.

But I still fell seroius eye strain.

Now I try it in Linux from in windows 10. Hope it will become better.


@jonas_hendrickx wrote:
My eye strain started too 3 weeks ago. I believe it is related to summer, the intensity of blue light is getting stronger, which causes eye strain.

Your best bet is using FLUX or Windows 10's night time feature.

You can find how to enable night mode here: https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4027563/windows-10-set-your-display-for-night-time

 

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Re: P51: eye strain

Check the positioning of your laptop. Are you looking directly outdoors when you look up from your screen?

It's better to rotate the location where you work, so the closest sunlight or outdoors is behind you.

Warm regards,
Jonas Hendrickx

Lenovo Insider - Windows Insider MVP

Personal website: ThinkScopes

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