The screens in our life Computer screens are everywhere and all around us in this day and age. From your office PCs to your personal home computer and your TV – it seems we have made them a crucial part of our everyday life and need them as a basic necessity to function with the tech all around us for … Read More
Since the invention of the computer the average adult spends around 9 hours a day in front of a screen – whether it be a PC, laptop or the phone. As you can guess that’s a lot of screen time given that we are awake for about 12-14 hours a day. A lot of people are forced to this due … Read More
You’re probably wondering “Is it possible to improve my eye health if I’m spending a lot of time in front of the PC?”. Well yes, yes you can. Let me tell you a story of an 18-year-old kid who had perfect eyesight and was an amazing athlete all his life. One day he wanted to become the best programmer and … Read More
There is no doubt about the fact that technology has taken over the world and therefore, the internet has taken over the world. Right now, more than half of the world’s population owns a mobile phone and a laptop or a computer which is great. However, there are always some drawbacks to these digital devices and where we all discuss … Read More
Users should pay a lot more attention to PWM, or Pulse-Width Modulation, when buying a new laptop. Why? Because many of us work with our computers for hours every day, and PWM is one of the things that have negative impact on our eyesight. Pulse Width modulation (PWM) is an easy way to control monitor brightness. When you lower the … Read More
Quick Index Introduction Flicker Free Database Hybrid Backlight Dimming Other Honourable Mentions Please note: There has been a massive surge in the focus on ‘flicker-free’ monitors from many manufacturers since this list was first introduced on TFTCentral. As a result, the list is almost certainly not exhaustive. We will try to keep it updated for now, but at some point … Read More
Anytime we view an image up close, our eyes have to cross inward to bring it into focus. When screens are covered with fingerprint smudges, dust, and dirt, focusing becomes even more difficult and, over time, can strain eyes and lead to chronic headaches. Wipe your most-used screens daily with a microfiber cloth to get rid of grime.