From what I remember, OLEDs need different controllers.
Ok so no OLED.
I don't care much about luminosity or whatever, but the Pandora screen shows strong ghosting
, even at 30Hz.
Can we put in some other sort of superior screen, that does not show any ghosting at 60Hz? CRT for the win (just kidding)
I'd be keen to get my Pandora screen upgraded if possible, even if it costs $500 or whatever.
If I bought a new 1GHz Pandora for >$700, I would be very disappointed with the ghosting.
Here's an example of someone who did, and presumably is:
We can also see strong ghosting in various emulated and homebrew games.
I know the Pandora project has major financial problems, but for the price of the 1GHz model, people should be getting a flawless LCD panel. Not an OLED, but a really top quality, responsive LCD panel.
I have a "sunbook" netbook with a "Pixel Qi" screen, it shows strong ghosting.
I also have an "HP mini" netbook with some sort of normal LCD screen, it shows no visible ghosting at 60Hz.
I read somewhere a while back, that there is some "mis-feature" with these LCD panels, which causes the ghosting to be much stronger than it would otherwise be; and that it's possible to turn off that mis-feature to reduce or eliminate ghosting. But I forget what it was called and can't find the article. If anyone knows about that, please let me know.
Depends on the quality of your CRT, and of course LCD.
I have a few nice CRT screens, which are better to my eyes than the LCDs I put up with at work, and even the nicer LCD screens I have at home.