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Toldox
06-17-2014, 03:13 PM
Hello, I have a G750JW T4012h laptop. Working great except
that the pixel density is a bit too low in my eyes. I could exchange it for
a better model. Asus said that some screens is different but not which.
Does anyone know the ppi (pixel per inch) for my computer and
others? I cannot find that.
Thanks / Tol

Prostar Computer
06-17-2014, 03:41 PM
You'll probably only find that info out by obtaining the data sheet for the screen you have. Is your vision strained? And are you sure it's the ppi?

Darnassus
06-17-2014, 03:59 PM
Hello, I have a G750JW T4012h laptop. Working great except
that the pixel density is a bit too low in my eyes. I could exchange it for
a better model. Asus said that some screens is different but not which.
Does anyone know the ppi (pixel per inch) for my computer and
others? I cannot find that.
Thanks / Tol

Please try toggling Asus Splendid Utility (program that comes with computer)

It might be off, or might be on and you don't like it. The program changes how your screen looks vastly.

You can find it by pressing Windows + X and search 'Splendid' or use the Charm Bar! ;d

Toldox
06-17-2014, 05:12 PM
Thank you for your replies..
I cannot find any data sheets for the screen. Only that it is 1920x1080 resolution.
Neither from the shop I bought it from, nothing in the included manual and even Asus
is not entirely sure about it.
Well, my friend and I see the pixels from about 40cm distance. Also the horizontal pixel spacing
feels a bit more (nano-mm) than the vertical, so it looks like lines running down the screen. Very very
faint, but is there.
I tested the Asus splendid utility but no effect, just different color settings.