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

LaCie
LaCie has a similar reputation to Eizo’s. LaCie’s advantage is that they are one of the best examples for dead pixel warranties and all of their screens are guaranteed against any black or white pixel. After this there is a small paradox. LaCie says that its products are ISO-13406-2 minimum certified but they filled our table with more lax values for sub pixels than the ISO norm. A mistake?

1 – BeH : Starting with how many dead pixels will you replace an LCD screen ? Does your exchange policy match the ISO 13406-II norm?


For LCD 17 and 19"s (1280 x 1024 pixels) :
We replace the screen from the moment you find a single dead pixel, whether it is black or white, and a max of 8 sub-pixels

For LCD 20 and 21 format 4/3" (1600 x 1200 pixels) :
We replace the screen the moment you find a single dead pixel, whether it’s black or white, and a max of 10 sub-pixels (LaCie 321), 9 sub-pixels (LaCie 320)

LCD 23, 24, 26, 27" (1920 x 1200 pixels) :
We replace the screen the moment you find a single dead pixel, whether it’s black or white, and a max of 8 sub-pixels overall (LaCie 526)


2 – BeH : What percentage of screens is affected by the problem of dead pixels according to you ?

  • Less than 0.05 %

    3 – BeH : How much would you evaluate the additional cost of a zero dead pixel policy to be?

  • No response.

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