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A look into dead pixels- 2007
by Vincent Alzieu
Published on May 22, 2007

Hyundaï
Hyundaï partially responded to our questionnaire. Unfortunately, their answers lacked a bit of clarity and surprised us. For example, they didn’t clearly answer the question of which norm their screens follow.

In referring to the Hyundaï website, we find in the international version that screens adhere to the ISO 13406-2 norm.


After this, to the part concerning the percentage of their screens affected, Hyundaï told us : Less than 0.01 %. If such a response can be credible with someone like Eizo, who we know personally verifies each screen before it is packaged, we don’t believe it could be true for Hyundaï. Less than 1 screen in 10,000 that is sold is affected ? At times we have enjoyed their screens, however this seems more like just marketing.

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