레노버 P11 LCD vs P11 Pro OLED 태블릿 디스플레이 비교 리뷰
, It is famous for its cost. Effective tablet.. I have a tablet called Lenovo P11 Pro.. Next up is a low end. Tablet called the Lenovo P11., So let’s compare the two tablets.. The P11 Pro is also famous for its OLED panel display.. It is famous as a tablet equipped with an OLED 11.5 inch 2560 resolution panel. In the case of the P11 model. It has a regular LCD, panel., So let’s take a look at the differences between these two tablets.. The first thing that catches your eye is the Pentile sub pixel, which is not actually Pentile, but an RGB stripe method. But when you look at the panel manufacturer’s specifications, it also says that it is an RGB vertical stripe. Method.. However, when I zoomed in on myself, I saw that the RGB sub pixels were lined up in a diagonal line. However, there are some characteristics of Pentile., So in terms of the readability of the text, for example, not only the text but also the image would be the same, but it came with a difference from the logo of YouTube Premium that you see. So I showed you why it is so blurry. However, in the LCD of course it was RGB stripe method, so it showed clear readability. In the case of the P11, you see now an 11 inch LCD panel is used.. So, looking at the biggest difference, there was a part that OLED was a bit disappointing in terms of readability.
In terms of other image quality differences. The OLED P11 product showed a wide color gamut, with a coverage close to 98 of the P3.. In the case of the P11, it showed about 88 sRGB coverage.. So of course, I was able to confirm that the P11 Pro is much more advantageous when it comes to presenting P3 contents. What was a bit encouraging in terms of brightness is that the P11 product, which costs only USD 200, brought a contrast ratio of about 1400 to 1, even though it was an LCD, A high contrast ratio means that a deeper black can be reproduced in the end.. There was no drop in brightness either., The maximum brightness was 430 candela and it was confirmed that the LCD product showed it.. Relatively OLED. Products are about 400 candela when the maximum brightness is measured. So the LCD is about 10 brighter., The LCD is brighter and, of course, in terms of black OLED products display infinity, just like other OLED displays. It showed infinite contrast ratio., Because black is 0.. So in terms of reproduction of black, of course, the P11 Pro with OLED display came out much better, but in a bright room environment. When the same screen was displayed on two displays and the same movie supporting HDR was displayed on the same Netflix and observed. Of course, P3 The details of the P11 Pro which supports HDR, 10 and Dolby Vision. Hdr came out much better, but the P11 wasn’t bad either Compared to the P11 there’s, not much difference and the maximum brightness is 430, so it’s much better than the 400 OLED.
It’s high. It’s a little higher.. So in terms of detail, of course, the P11 Pro would be better, but the P11 wasn’t bad either. Basically, in the case of the P11, if you go to the display in the settings menu, you can select two modes from the color mode for the display.. There are two modes Default and Bright.. There is no difference between these two.. There is no difference in brightness and no difference in color temperature.. The color temperature is a bit high.. So you the 7900K about coming up, adjust for color temperature adjustment, under’re color temperature doegetgo. Then quotdefaultquot and quotbrightquot are those who think it was a tuning in on the side. Eventually, intermediate color came defaults have much better results using the P11 Tablet. I would like to say that you will never use the quotBrightquot mode.. The color is slightly distorted, so you can leave it as the default mode and use it. In the case of the P11 Pro if you enter the setting menu on the P11 Pro the display of the setting menu appears.. If you go to Color Model, there are 3 modes.. These three modes are AMOLED wide color gamut screen, DCI, P3 and sRGB. AMOLED wide color gamut and DCI P3 mode, basically have the same color gamut.. If there is a difference, the color temperature of AMOLED wide color gamut was close to 7900K, but DCI, P3 mode and sRGB mode lowered the color temperature to about 6700K.
Then it was also confirmed that the color gamut mode was changed to match DCI P3 in DCI. P3 mode and then sRGB to sRGB in sRGB. So if the content you use is, for example, you watch the web or YouTube a Full HD, video, etc. if you mainly consume these things as content, put it in sRGB and use it.. If you consume HDR, UHD or Netflix of high quality, you can enjoy the video satisfactorily, if you put it in DCI, P3 mode and use it. In both DCI, P3 mode and sRGB mode. The color quality showed not bad results.. The problem comes with the readability that these diagonally placed RGB, subpixels bring.. I think you can say that.. So, in conclusion, if you are reading e books or browsing web pages in terms of readability or if you do a lot of work, where readability is important, I do not recommend the P11 Pro.. If you look at, you may get a feeling like quotwhy. Is it so blurryquot or something., But now, if you want to see the video quality a little better in Netflix or Netflix, especially HDR content, OLED is not bad either. good., It shows the characteristics of OLED as it is. In terms of cost performance. The P11 has good readability. After that in FullHD level for everyday use such as watching YouTube or web browsing. The P11 is not bad. It ‘s. Okay, it ‘s usable it ‘s, decent enough.