Dead pixels exist in Vita

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User Info: spikerules1

spikerules1
4 years ago#1
As the US is about to get the Vita on the 15th, I would be grateful to know if anyone experiences dead pixels as I have done on my Vita. If its rare and I have been unlucky, I will probably consider getting a UK Vita and selling on the HK model I own.
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User Info: godbowsdowntome

godbowsdowntome
4 years ago#2

Post a video up on youtube about it, or it didn't happen! 

User Info: Starwars4J

Starwars4J
4 years ago#3
Of course dead pixels happen in the Vita, no screen is immune to that.
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User Info: spikerules1

spikerules1
4 years ago#4
godbowsdowntome posted...
Post a video up on youtube about it, or it didn't happen!

Really... Going through this again? Go look up my 3G topic, then come back and apologise. I don't lie, I've made someone here eat their words before, don't let the next person for that to happen to be you..
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User Info: Encephlon

Encephlon
4 years ago#5
ah the infamous dead pixel topic for new handheld systems.
So many games, so little time...
Unfortunately most portable/HD remakes suffer "Emperor's New Clothes" syndrome. Nostalgia ftw.

User Info: spikerules1

spikerules1
4 years ago#6
Starwars4J posted...
Of course dead pixels happen in the Vita, no screen is immune to that.

I am aware if that, but there was a myth going around that OLED was immune to them... It is rarer, but how rare?
"Live in Ca. Gamespot screwed me too. I'm still walking funny."
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User Info: iDoneGotU

iDoneGotU
4 years ago#7
spikerules1 posted...
godbowsdowntome posted...
Post a video up on youtube about it, or it didn't happen!

Really... Going through this again? Go look up my 3G topic, then come back and apologise. I don't lie, I've made someone here eat their words before, don't let the next person for that to happen to be you..


It's possible, OLEDs can get stuck pixels like LCDs. How long have you had the vita?
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User Info: spikerules1

spikerules1
4 years ago#8
iDoneGotU posted...
spikerules1 posted...
godbowsdowntome posted...
Post a video up on youtube about it, or it didn't happen!

Really... Going through this again? Go look up my 3G topic, then come back and apologise. I don't lie, I've made someone here eat their words before, don't let the next person for that to happen to be you..

It's possible, OLEDs can get stuck pixels like LCDs. How long have you had the vita?


I have had it over a week now. Noticed it as soon as I started playing around with it proper. It isn't very noticeable in low light stuff, but it's very noticeable in Welcome Park.
"Live in Ca. Gamespot screwed me too. I'm still walking funny."
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User Info: ThrobbyRash

ThrobbyRash
4 years ago#9
spikerules1 posted...
Starwars4J posted...
Of course dead pixels happen in the Vita, no screen is immune to that.

I am aware if that, but there was a myth going around that OLED was immune to them... It is rarer, but how rare?

Rare because quality control, just like any other display.

It's funny though, because people were insisting that they were impossible just a week ago, despite there being dead pixels on other devices using Samsung OLED displays...

User Info: spikerules1

spikerules1
4 years ago#10
rctRCT posted...
spikerules1 posted...
Starwars4J posted...
Of course dead pixels happen in the Vita, no screen is immune to that.

I am aware if that, but there was a myth going around that OLED was immune to them... It is rarer, but how rare?
Rare because quality control, just like any other display.

It's funny though, because people were insisting that they were impossible just a week ago, despite there being dead pixels on other devices using Samsung OLED displays...


I know, I have no idea where the rumour started. How people think OLED displays are immune is beyond me!
"Live in Ca. Gamespot screwed me too. I'm still walking funny."
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