How To Avoid OLED "Burn In"

Updated: Oct 30, 2019

Over the past few years there's been a lot of talk about OLED screens having a problem called "Burn In." Burn is caused when a user has a screen image loaded for extended period of time causing an imbalance in the use of organic pixels in the screen. GIGABYTE has taken steps to assist in the longevity of the screens in all of the AERO OLED displays.

Exclusive Long Life Technology | Extended OLED Display Lifespan

GIGABYTE proudly introduces the “Long Life” technology In order to extend the lifespan of OLED displays. The well- known OLED burn-in problem comes from displaying extended duration of still images, the Long Life technology can micro adjust the Windows taskbar or icons without the user barely even noticing, therefore greatly increasing the lifespan of the OLED display. Furthermore, download and the OLED Long Life technology featured Control Center, valid from now until 12/31/2019, in addition to registering the product, users can receive an additional 1 year display warrantee for free. Users can definitely have a piece of mind when viewing the OLED display for a long period of time.

In addition to the Exclusive Long Life Technology| Extended OLED Display Lifespan offered by GIGABYTE Notebooks, GIGABYTE also puts the OLED Display in your control with the "Blue Light Killer" function in the onboard GIGABYTE Control Center which comes equipped on every GIGABYTE model and unit. Users can rest assured that they have control when it comes to how OLED blue light is used with a simple click of a button.

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