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Posted by A
 - November 21, 2023, 17:39:14
Quote from: NikoB on November 21, 2023, 14:22:22appalling dE=6.66 (5 times worse!!!) after hardware calibration
You still haven't googled what "native mode" is?

Quote from: NikoB on November 21, 2023, 14:22:22How did a screen with extremely accurate color rendition AFTER hardware calibration
Because this is low-contrast IPS sRGB screen and that one is high-contrast DP3 screen with color accuracy of dE 1.38 in DP3 factory profile.
Posted by NikoB
 - November 21, 2023, 14:22:22
Compare two reviews:
this one and
www.notebookcheck.net/Zenbook-Pro-16X-2023-review-Maximum-power-from-the-Asus-flagship-at-last.767417.0.html

In LG, after hardware calibration, the screen gives accurate color reproduction with dE=1.15. The resolution is as advertised and is actually higher in color than the Pro 16X screen from Asus.

Asus with a false rating of 91% (and a screen estimated in conclusions of 93% (sick!)) has a color accuracy of appalling dE=6.66 (5 times worse!!!) after hardware calibration. It also does not have a real resolution of color indicated in the datasheet and "holes" are visible to the eye. At the same time, it flickers at a terrible 250 Hz. And burns out many times faster. And for all this, the author, out of some hangover, gave it 93% in the conclusions, pointing out all these terrible shortcomings in review.

How did a screen with extremely accurate color rendition AFTER hardware calibration, but average contrast, without visible "holes" in the screen and without flickering, end up with a shameful rating in the conclusions, with a pitiful 82%, and the Asus screen is really shameful and extremely dangerous for the nervous system? Pro" (which does NOT even meet the amateur level in terms of actual color accuracy after the mandatory hardware calibration procedure for any professional) ended up with a score of 93%.

Editorial office and website. allowing such reviews for publication simply discredits itself in the eyes of experienced readers. Who are these "reviews" with such absurd conclusions aimed at? Idiots - a marketers dream? Is this the purpose? That the majority in reality do not read reviews, but stupidly look at the conclusions? And after all this nonsense, how can you trust the numbers in the reviews and their authors? They are methodically burying themselves, along with the editors and the website, whose reputation is rapidly falling.
Posted by Neenyah
 - November 20, 2023, 20:27:17
Quote from: Enma45 on November 20, 2023, 20:04:08I would never buy...
No one cares.
Posted by Enma45
 - November 20, 2023, 20:04:08
I would never buy an Intel Core i7-1360P Processor built at 10nm++++ for such a fine laptop, whose consumption is Very High.
This laptop has an iGPU that has not been updated in 4 years, the Intel Iris Xe G7 96EU, which cannot render 3D or CAD, CAM or play AAA games.
Posted by Redaktion
 - November 20, 2023, 10:52:55
Externally unchanged, at least the new LG Gram 2-in-1 offers up-to-date hardware when it comes to the internals. In our review device, the Intel Core i7 shows that it's capable of high performance, even in a lightweight form factor. However, in 2023, LG still hasn't managed to eliminate the device's other weak points.

https://www.notebookcheck.net/LG-Gram-16-inch-2-in-1-review-Weight-is-no-longer-a-unique-selling-point.768858.0.html