High Dynamic Range, or HDR as it is more commonly known, has been the talk of the town for the past year. The problem with HDR, however, wasn’t intrinsic to the tech, but rather to the standardisation of what actually qualifies as HDR - it was never abundantly clear what a HDR Panel was really capable of. Who standardises the standards then? VESA, apparently.
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HDR10, Dell HDR, Dolby Vision… it often takes a dive into the spec sheet to see whether a potential panel is capable of full-HDR content and showing off the luminance that hooked you on HDR in the first place. You aren’t even experiencing the full depth of HDR at all with the carefully named Dell variant.