how many nits has this screen and how viewable outside?Support


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  1. elglobie

    elglobie Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    is it viewable jn the sun outside?

    does their exists a anti-glare screen protector for this size?

    how many nits?
     

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    EarlZ Well-Known Member

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    Depending on how bright the sun is shining but I've never seen a single device that is usable enough in direct sunlight.
     
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    elglobie Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    what about not direct sunlight ?
     
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    maverick777 Well-Known Member

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    The Tab 7.7 doesn't have the brightest screen in the world. It's more than usable in most conditions, but outside is not one of them. And even aside from brightness issues, the screen on tablets are simply too reflective to be comfortable to use for any long period of time outdoors. The glare/reflections are way too distracting.
     
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    elglobie Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    An anti-reflective screen protector should do the job,no?

    can`t find the nits of this screen, why does samsung does not gives this out?
     
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    maverick777 Well-Known Member

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    According to this, the Tab 7.7 has a 250 nit screen.
    Tablets - Page 1 news
     
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    I can read fine on this device in broad daylight. Im an artist and got this to see if its a viable sketchpad. Color saturation suffers the most in full sunlight, but because of its high contrast ratio, you can read quite well (if you can read the 4pt font...)
     
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    elglobie Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    That's quite low for a tablet, most hover around 400 nits, well as long it is readable in broad daylight...
     

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