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    Mark Rejhon commented  · 

    I'd like Quest Pro or a Quest 3 to have MicroLED full array local dimming!

  3. 26 votes

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    Mark Rejhon commented  · 

    I'm able to cast to Fire TV stick with the Fire TV AirPin Pro app.

    (Settings configured with hardware acceleration enabled + 5 GHz WiFi)

  6. 2,047 votes

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    Mark Rejhon commented  · 

    I see a new brightness adjustment... BUT...

    Brightness range needs to be increased. The minimum brightness setting is still too bright for one of my friends.

  7. 39 votes

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    Mark Rejhon commented  · 

    I see them very faintly - but they generally don't bother me.

    However, there is a terminological correction I need to make, because I work with LCDs as part of my profession.

    Just to be clear, "pixel inversion" should be called "inversion artifacts".

    Voltage inversion is an invisible algorithm built into all LCDs (positive/negative polarity). This can't be disabled because it protects the LCD from burning in.

    "inversion" (the algorithm) shouldn't be confused with "inversion artifacts" (the side effects of the voltage inversion algorithm)

    P.S. Sometimes I can still see inversion artifacts on a 240Hz TN monitor, so the refresh rate isn't always the solution to fix inversion artifacts.

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    Mark Rejhon commented  · 

    It would also be perfect for joining WiFi network at nursing homes.

    Many 70 year olds find Quest 2 easy -- except for entering a WiFi password.

    WiFi QR codes can solve this problem -- since we have to mail them a Quest 2 headset. Nursing homes are like covid jails in this pandemic, and Quest 2 is a big lifesaver!!!

    A possible user interface would be: https://i.imgur.com/g93WYdq.png

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    Mark Rejhon commented  · 

    It would be perfect for joining WiFi network at nursing homes.

    Many 70 year olds find Quest 2 easy -- except for entering a WiFi password.

    WiFi QR codes can solve this problem -- since we have to mail them a Quest 2 headset. Nursing homes are like covid jails in this pandemic, and Quest 2 is a big lifesaver!!!

    A possible user interface would be: https://i.imgur.com/g93WYdq.png

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