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“After watching segments of both movies and playing Need for Speed, I can say that the 12" WXGA display is very good. I did not notice any colour bleeding at all especially in Sin City as majority of the movie is black and white, with splashes of red and yellow. Colours in Crouching Tiger are very vivid and well saturated, and for gaming Need for Speed played well without any noticeable problems except for the slow frame rates (more on this in the performance evaluation).”
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