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for what it has managed to offer in such a thin enclosure.
Now that we're done with the display, let's take a look at the Zenbook UX31's keyboard. This is a pretty conventional chiclet design with a metallic paint finish on the keys:
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329 cd/m402 cd/m345 cd/m317 cd/m411 cd/m327 cd/m339 cd/m328 cd/m314 cd/mOn the one hand, the UX31's display is bright enough to put some Air Max 0 Blue
The bright, high res panel and the brushed aluminum surfaces surrounding it give this notebook a decidedly premium feel. However, despite its sharpness, the display exhibits a kind of screen door effect, where thin vertical lines between pixel columns can be seen if you look closely.
The graph on the left tells us the UX31's color temperature is too high out of the box, which gives images on the screen a sort of blue ish tinge. Our calibrator reported a somewhat constricted color gamut that's smaller than what it detected on the display of the Asus A53T Llano notebook we reviewed not too long ago.
We could go on, er, picking nits all day, but let's put things in perspective: the Zenbook's display is crisp and bright, and that's going to be enough to make most folks happy. Sure, you might want to look elsewhere for serious professional work, but Asus deserves praise Nike Air Max 1 Ultra Moire White
We started our battery of scientific display tests by taking a series of photos of the screen at different angles, all using the same camera settings, in order to gauge color and contrast shift. We photographed the display facing the camera at a 90 Nike Air Max Zero Essential angle, then leaning forward at 70, leaning back at 110, and rotated to the side by 30.
One Match v3.6.2 software to calibrate the display. While we don't expect folks will go around using professional calibration tools on consumer laptops, this little exercise does tell us a few important things about how accurate the default colors are. In the screenshot below, the graph on the left shows the correction curves required to achieve "correct" colors per the specified gamma and color temperature settings (2.2 and 6500K, respectively). The diagram on the right shows the panel's color gamut. Although the display can be set to higher brightness levels, we specified a luminosity target of 120 cd/m and attempted to match it as closely as possible using the laptop's brightness controls.
As we noted earlier, the UX31's display is 1600 by 900 pixels a welcome departure from the unfortunately ubiquitous 1366x768 resolution that has become the norm on everything from 11.6" ultraportables to 15.6" desktop replacements. The higher resolution endows the Zenbook UX31's display with an uncanny crispness, which is only enhanced by the surprisingly powerful LED backlight. (More on that in a moment.)
The display and controls
Next, we cranked up the display's backlight to its maximum setting and measured luminance at nine points along the panel's surface. Luminance readings are presented both as cd/m figures, which were produced by the calibration software, and as percentages of the most luminous point we measured. Note that luminance and perceived brightness follow different scales, so the display appears more uniform than the chart below might suggest.
The fairly poor viewing angles betray the presence of a TN panel high resolution as it may be.
desktop monitors to shame. On the other, its backlighting is awfully inconsistent. The contrast ratio at the center of the panel isn't anything to write home about, either: just 164:1, based on the maximum and minimum luminance readings we took.
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