I found the video where Wendell talks about using the CX for productivity:
He also mentions that he expects 2-3y lifetime out of the monitor which is definitely on the shorter end for my taste
I have not found any follow-up on the CX but I did find an appearance of Wendell on LTT (back to you Steve^^):
There, he mentions that there are signs of burn-in on the screen and a redish circle in the middle but he still considers OLED the best for hist particular use case.
A lot of time has passed since that video. I’m delightfully surprised that running the pixel cleaning more often than I used to, since I am nearing the end of my 3 year lifetime, and things are still fine, is very encouraging. If I get 5 years out of it I will be so happy. It looks like I’m on course to get5 years, maybe more.
how about a calibration comparison over time?.
basically compare the image accuracy/quality from then to now and again in 2 years…
i would assume that things like colour vibrance will be the first to fade.
but it would be nice to know for sure.
its likely detectable at this point, but I haven’t noticed it other than on full white screens you can tell the display is a little… inconsistent. going back and forth between a lot of different computers through the week… it just feels better sitting down at an oled display tho
Thx, that’s encouraging to hear. I might end up using the display roughly 2-3h a day for work (mo-fr) and also for gaming whenever I feel like it.
I assume this means you are also not using the display for productivity for 6-8h a (work)day?
I assume the reason you won’t go bacl are the ones you mentioned it the video. So, everything looks and feels just better.
Are you including Saterday and sunday in your calculations, meaning your monitor is on eight hours a day.
I just wanted to update this thread and thank everyone for their respective input. While I am still undecided on which monitor I will end up purchasing, the OLED discussion here has helped my a lot.