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Yoga 900 Screen Has Yellowish Tint

Came to $900. In the settings menus, there's an option for what Lenovo calls "paper display," which uses the webcam to "detect ambient light conditions" and adjust the brightness and color temperature for optimal Unless you are running serious gaming, the integrated graphics will work just fine. Lenovo uses the laptop's webcam to "detect ambient light conditions" and adjust the brightness and color temperature for optimal reading. this contact form

permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]Einknight[S] 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(1 child)I just don't really care for touch screen, it wouldn't benefit me. Thank God they did away with that plastic/carbon fiber thingy. Byagi_shi · 10 replies Feb 11, 2007 So just yesterday, my old eMachines started giving me a flashing yellowish tint. Latitude attitude Dell Latitude 7280 is a business laptop with tons of consumer attitude XP-YESSSSSSS Dell XPS 15 (9560) review for 2017 < > Windows 10 Creators Update Best Laptops Best

Exactly Feb 11, 2007 #7 Rick TechSpot Staff Posts: 4,573 +65 Have you looked inside the VGA connector running from the CRT? It's stiff, so the display stays firmly in the position you set, but fluid enough when you need to move it. If you know which screen you have in your ThinkPad, then you can choose the right profile. The good news: Just hit "Fn+ESC" to turn it off.

Dec 18, 2003 Geforce FX5200 - screen has yellow tint Jun 28, 2005 Add New Comment You need to be a member to leave a comment. You might also want to experiment with Windows color calibration. Pretty pleased overall. In US dollars of course, but I didn't get a coupon code :( Anyways, you seem pretty excited about it, as you should be.

Also, yes, I've seen the Dell in person and it is awesome. Anyone who doesn't look at their hands when they type will hit that up-arrow constantly when trying to hit the shift key. Any feedback would be appreciated. I like how they have full size cursor keys; I hate the weird half size cursor keys on the surface that seems to be in fashion...

It also sounds like your crt could easily be fixed by fitting a new cable to it. I suggest replacing the monitor. TechSpot Account Sign up for free, it takes 30 seconds. How are ya gonna spec it out?

Now that I've had it for a couple days I must say, I'm definitely not tired of how fast this thing is. The Yoga 910 is a great performer as well and didn't give me any issues with everyday tasks. permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]crsh1976Yoga 3-14 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(0 children) My only gripe about the screen is that my rig seems to have problems with rendering text, it gets blurry in certain And today it happened again.

Check in your display settings if there's a zoom in effect - I think it's set to zoom the UI and text at 125% by default, perhaps that interferes in some Now it's stuck in it's yellowish tint, no matter what I do (removing, twisting, straighting out, w/e) to the cable. It seems like you'll be happier with the Dell anyways so that's good. I wonder why/when the links show up?

When I had originally picked up my first Yoga, I noticed there were a few pretty noticeable scratches on the screen, especially when it was on (This was a new one, Official Lenovo Purchase Links Lenovo Main Site Lenovo Outlet (US) Lenovo Outlet (UK/FR/GE/IR) Official ThinkPad Support Links ThinkPad Support Portal PSREF - Current Models PSREF - Withdrawn Models Hardware Maintenance Manuals It's also the only one in its class that carries Thunderbolt 3 which I absolutely need permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]Einknight[S] 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(3 children)Wait, you're returning the Yoga that you just navigate here Top Kudoed Posts Subject kudos Re: Yoga 910 wifi issue 5 Re: Yoga 910 crazy loud fan even when CPU at <35% 4 Re: Lenovo 910 WHEA Logger event id 17

On the much-larger 910, I can't believe they went and made the same mistake. Look for bent or missing pins. These color-calibrators are expensive, so if you do not want to buy one and if you don´t know anyone whom owns one, the best way to get neutral colors is to

wrong: 7th-Generation Intel Core i7-6500U Processor (2.50GHz 1600MHz 4MB) correct: 7th-Generation Intel Core i7-7500U Processor (2.50GHz 1600MHz 4MB) 0 4 months ago Reply DrWMJ Looks like a beautiful machine, but I'm

permalinkembedsaveparentgive gold[–]Einknight[S] 0 points1 point2 points 1 year ago(1 child)I think you should be happy with it, especially if you're picking up the one with the dedicated graphics card. And no I haven't tried playing any games on it yet, but I plan to. However, the fans are noticeable when they spin. I expect to like it from what I've seen of it, hopefully it holds up to what I felt.

It has an all-aluminum unibody case that feels durable. I am willing to bet you are missing pin #1, which is the red pin. I like the screen, super nice and super sharp. his comment is here If you stick with casual games from the Windows Store, you'll be fine.

it most likely IS the monitor, like I thought. One more question. Just bought my wife the new HP Spectre and that one is awesome also. 0 4 months ago Reply Snoops8 Looks nice. It'll kick into high gear when you start doing heavier stuff, but even then, it's like a low hum.

It's smooth and responsive to touch. The lenovo seems to run it fine, and no issues. View full gallery Sarah Tew/CNET But beyond the scores, I appreciate that it includes the most important of those better components, the Core i7 processor and a big 256GB SSD, in Our verdict after playing around with the feature was that we were less than impressed with the yellowish tint.

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