Safe eyes monitors?

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Interested in your opinion, do all yogurtsmonitors are equally useful/harmful to the eyes? In General, there is a significant difference for the different matrices and the negative impact of the monitor on the eyes?


For example, a laptop screen, bought for 60 thousand rubles., also "puts" vision, as the laptop screen for 30 thousand.
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Yes.
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The soft reading is considered PVA monitors.
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At the expense of laptops — you have to watch yourself and try. Some top-end models use IPS matrix.
In General, met those after 5 minutes of operation the eye was very tired, and such, for which it was possible to work all day. Both were on TN-matrix.
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All monitors spoil eyes, because the optic nerve is under constant tension, as if teeming people blink less frequently, respectively, the eyes are not moistened enough and appears rez. To reduce the harm possible, by properly setting the contrast, frequency and brightness of the monitor, as well as systematic breaks and exercises for the eyes.
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CRT (cathode ray tube), I hope not on the agenda?
Otherwise, I think we ought to trust only their feelings.
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Well main characteristics:
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1) Matte glossy. As for laptops — for example, I absolutely can not stand the glossy screen (and they are now the vast majority). It reflects everything, preventing the perception of the image.
But someone may like it because of the quality of the pictures (movies to watch).
And I for a matte screen can the 18 hours of sitting, without getting tired!
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2) pixel Size. The most important characteristic. The higher the resolution with the same screen size, the smaller letters and more tired eyes. For example, a 10" netbook with a resolution of HD ready. It is impossible to work. The only salvation is to increase the font size in Windows. Then the size of the letters will follow the standard that is already acceptable. Eyes are not tired.
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3) new Conventional LCD vs LED. Not heard about large-scale and unbiased studies on the impact on vision. Illumination led matrix evenly. In my opinion, that's a plus.
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4) matrix Type. Classic TFT is never black, there's always a feeling of some uncomfortable illumination. But the new monitors with this technology now look almost acceptable. I really like S-IPS, but where it now to find? Yes, and expensive. Here home Samsung with PVA — strong middling. And all of cheap Acer with a matrix of unknown type (I suspect that is also from the MVA/PVA) — generally a song! Anything can happen.
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So does not the fact that the laptop screen for 60 thousand will be much better than 30.
Recommendation one — "test drive"!
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Get IPS panels with good pixel size. For example, my workhorse is a Dell U2211H.
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Usually cheap laptops put cheap matrixes. Contrast them no, so the eyes are very tense. Unfortunately, in an expensive laptop can stand a bad matrix, so it is necessary to look most and it is desirable to compare, because the eye has the habit to adapt, and may not notice the difference if the monitors are not next.
I have a fairly old motherboard, they have the annoying defect of the Overdrive, the border is dark grey and just grey bars when scrolling away in bright white.
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About fatigue: monitor matrix is not the only and not the main culprit of ucestalosti. A huge contribution to the total fatigue makes the neck position, and laptops make a huge ambush — neck behind eyes angled down and in this position holds hours. Well, as a result, it will tell you all the chiropractor, the blood vessels of the neck peredelyvayut, krovosnabzhenie disturbed and may have headaches and increases the effect of eye fatigue. What to do with it? I used the following methods of fighting:
* Always try to raise the monitor or laptop betting on what some podstavku. After 8-9 hours of work, the difference between the monitor at eye level and the monitor level of the table feels good.
* When you feel your eyes begin to get tired, I get up, brew yourself a Cup of tea and look out the window (on vacation for the eyes, however wrote)
* If you feel discomfort (a simple criterion of discomfort is when the transition from the "just see the image on screen" to "trying to see the image on the screen"), I just pull the fingers to the handles brightness and contrast. Eyes can strain as due to a lack of bright or low contrast image and is too bright or the contrast may hit in the eye.
* To invest in the laptop is often "money" (this is just my opinion). This 30 thousand difference is possible to find more worthy application, namely ogranizovat a workspace, which includes a normal monitor. By the way, I'm not alone. Have a go with laptops (many of them do without a landline). Having come to the workplace just connect the laptop to a normal monitor standing on a convenient stand. To think about the laptop with the "supercream" yeah, makes sense. But only when have a long time to work in different places. But for most people the laptop is just a laptop that moves from point A (work) to point B (the house). So why these two places are not equip to injury was minimal and maximum convenience?
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And General health it's better to protect his money can't buy, sorry to understand I was late.
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