So matepad 11 , 2024 is the same as matepad 11, 2022 but with worse soc? Genius. One would think that technology moved backwards in the last 2 years. Good job Huawei!
Mills, 28 Nov 2023I agree but on a level. You may see some laptops (or notebooks) having OLED (or LCD with 1B co... moreI have to say that since I purchased my Asus Zenbook 14 Flip OLED (AMD Ryzen 5 version, UN5401QA) this year after using TN & IPS LCD laptops previously for years, the OLED screen of my laptop is a great experience to have, enjoy, work on, and have some advantages over the IPS LCD and TN laptops I had (though both IPS LCD and TN do have their own advantages as well). Excessive work using my current OLED laptop does make me have to take a break from using it to prevent some eye fatigue.
Had a matepad pro for a few months, it was very sleek but I didn't like the lag in the pen, and having no Google services got old really quickly. I have a Tab S9FE now and I'm much happier
Anonymous, 29 Nov 2023Oled is gonna gatekeep people with PWM sensitivity unless they are oled panels with tech that ... morePeople with PWM sensitivty are extraordinary rare. Go get a surgery instead of complaining to companies to keep using outdated tech
Anonymous, 29 Nov 2023Oled is gonna gatekeep people with PWM sensitivity unless they are oled panels with tech that ... moreOLEDs are getting so much more friendly to eyes that PWM doesn't matter anymore. It's not like AMOLED. PWM is a plain excuse to opt for inferior LCDs.
While the Kirin 9000s is quite bad at being a flagship in 2023 (and especially 2024), the matepad pro 11 series are meant to house slightly older chipsets, and a Kirin 9000s's an acceptable chipset. Not when you use it on the bigger model and the mate 60 series though...
Numpad on a laptop. Let's gooo. Might have to buy it purely for that tbh
Mills, 28 Nov 2023I agree but on a level. You may see some laptops (or notebooks) having OLED (or LCD with 1B co... moreOled is gonna gatekeep people with PWM sensitivity unless they are oled panels with tech that mitigates said issue.
And I still prefer LCD since lots of my activities involve static items displayed onscreen.
Anonymous, 28 Nov 2023I don’t care about android tablets so as for the laptop: of course it’s great value how the i7... moreI agree but on a level. You may see some laptops (or notebooks) having OLED (or LCD with 1B colors or P3) but that's not normalized yet. You may see OLED laptops in the market but those are expensive (paired with top notch RAM and a upper-tier CPU). Until larger OLED panels are out (13-17 inches), IPS LCD with P3 is the best we can have for less than 550
I don’t care about android tablets so as for the laptop: of course it’s great value how the i7 and i9 are just $100 more each and that it starts at 16GB/1TB for all models. Very great. Only thing that is always a bit head-scratching to me in the laptop industry is the display. Of course 16:10 is already an upgrade over what many competitors offer, but 1920 instead of 2560 horizontal resolution and especially 300 nits seem a bit low when the LCDs on low end phones are brighter. I don’t want OLED or mini led or anything, just a solid LCD better than 1920 and 300 nits, and with at least sRGB (I‘ve seen many laptops don’t even match that and only have 60% of sRGB when many phones have full P3 which is even better). And maybe at that point, they can finally get rid of the horrible matte coating. All of this applies to the monitor industry as well.