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Socoder -> Off Topic -> Dead Pixels

Posted : Tuesday, 07 March 2017, 11:41 - Mark Unread
steve_ancell
Nintendo said such pixels were ’’normal and should not be considered a defect’’, so does that mean it's faulty when there aren't any dead pixes then? Linkage
Posted : Tuesday, 07 March 2017, 11:41 - Mark Unread
steve_ancell
If there's dead pixels or black square anomolies then it's fuckfacing defective you numpties!
Posted : Tuesday, 07 March 2017, 11:51 - Mark Unread
Jayenkai
I don't think there'd be too many cases of dead pixels, nowadays. LED screens have come a long way!

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Posted : Tuesday, 07 March 2017, 13:11 - Mark Unread
spinal
They said that about the DS also I think.
Posted : Tuesday, 07 March 2017, 18:29 - Mark Unread
9572AD
The only product I recall specifying in the manual that dead pixels on delivery are "normal" and you shouldn't complain about them was the PSP.

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Posted : Wednesday, 08 March 2017, 01:58 - Mark Unread
spinal
They're pretty distracting if they're central on the display though.

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Posted : Wednesday, 08 March 2017, 03:28 - Mark Unread
steve_ancell
Sorry but I just can't get my head around how dead pixels in these days of advanced tech can be defined as normal.