Which monitor to get that would be less tired eyes when working?


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Clearly already decided that the diagonal should be no more than 19, with big toys played enough.

I would like to hear advice from those who also worry about such a problem as the strain on your eyes and General fatigue after work, I will appreciate any thoughts on recommended settings and specific models.
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Working with two 24" and 17". Great for work (IDE, terminals), a small browser/documentation. Eyes more tired from just the first week.
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Sure that your eyes get tired from sizes? I was very tired from the high brightness and lack of lamp on the table at night. Now everywhere there are dark themes and brightness at the minimum... all excellent.
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when people write about the "gray on black", it's actually they achieve low contrast. the fact that by default, LCD backlight lamp make it very bright — it helps to achieve low response time.
Usually monitors are shining in the face somewhere in the 200 to 300 candelas per sq. cm, it is very much to the human eye preferably 100-150, so the brightness should be lowered to the minimum comfortable value, this is especially important during long work behind the monitor.
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Perhaps the monitor plays a large enough role, but I have determined that also plays a significant role and color of the working environment.
Personally, my eyes are much less tired when I see all the light gray on a dark background (it's not white text on a black background, namely a light grey on dark).
Recently tried again to work at all (white background, black text. the experiment was conducted a week): by the end of the day my eyes just fell out.
Maybe it's purely individual, but I do not position this decision as a panacea.
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For the "eyes" look of the matrix collection IPS. I half a year ago attended to purchase a monitor and chose the NEC MultiSync LCD2490WUXi2 market.yandex.ru/model.xml?modelid=5062925
From the big screen, only advantages. Yes... the first week of the eyes ran, then used.
Samsung with a TN matrix and the difference is huge in terms of reducing eye strain.
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Laptop — thinkpad x220, monitors — DELL 2007FP and its analogues different resolutions (I have 1920x1200 home is worth - 2408WFP). Eyes live and rejoice. Well, Yes — the brightness is dull.
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And really — any good matte monitor greatly saves. Basically, your eyes get tired from the glare and bad fonts (if you are working with text). For example, I have very tired eyes in Fluxbox from the fonts and cease to get tired when I run gnome-settings-daemon and xcompmgr.
Well, we should not forget that the easiest way to live eyes reading black text on a grey background. If in the console work, then bring in the appropriate digital tones. Default Butovskaya light theme in gnome 2 + gray tones in the console + muted brightness = 18 hours of peaceful gatherings at the monitor.
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About these principles sit (and 18 hours in a row often had only to smoke and have moved away), for 6 years, the vision not the village. The first display was LG F730P, then matte laptops the last 2-3 years on the job I get Matt della. Everything is OK, vision even improved a little in recent years.
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Lower the brightness and use f.lux to control color temperature.
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It seems to me there is no difference in the matter of diagonal. I once (long enough for something to make for myself) worked with and diagonal of 15 inches, and 17, and 22. On one monitor, your eyes are not tired.
Not so long ago, put in the work 21.5 inch monitor (Samsung I think), actually, after this my eyes began somewhat strange feel. Ie appeared premature fatigue (which never was), feeling of "sand" in the eyes. The problem was resolved by lowering the screen brightness, change the color temperature of "warm" and other small tweaks. So, rightly believe that in your case everything depends on just the specific settings for a given monitor. Just with some you can work at once (all well-matched at the manufacturer), some need a few to finish for themselves.
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