Absolutely no one:
LG: You know what 48" OLED panels need? A matte anti glare coating because g*mers know best.
Nobody asked for this. And yet because I'm stubborn, I'll probably end up getting one out of morbid curiosity.
EDIT: It's now available to buy on LG's website. I would be a brave soul to buy one and test it out, but money is important right now for me.
I couldn't find any threads of this OLED display yet other than the 48CX thread that already exists. If a...
Most people don't leave their laptop lids open all the time. They close them when they aren't being used. Burn in is less of a problem on a laptop compared to a desktop monitor where people are more wreckless about leaving static elements on screen.
If MSI manages to make this cheaper than the Alienware, they have a winner. I always thought it was silly to include dedicated G-Sync on a self emissive display that has near instant pixel response. As much as I hear about VRR gamma flicker on OLED, my old BenQ XL2730Z is even worse for VRR...
Buuuut you still have to deal with the monitor shutting off instead of returning to standby. A power button shouldn't sound like an inconvenience for a monitor, but I really want a true set it and forget it OLED monitor without having to think about it.
What's the final word on how the AW3423DW handles pixel refreshers? Does it return to standby after doing one or does it power off?
I've seen a few comments around Reddit that it powers off after doing a pixel refresh instead of staying in standby.
I think I'm gonna sell my Aorus FO48U and get a LG C2 42. Even though I would prefer to have a display that sleeps and wakes up like a monitor and DisplayPort being open instead of closed off HDMI. LG themselves don't seem interested in bringing a 42 inch variant of an UltraGear monitor when...