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Is there any flicker free tablet available?

38 minutes ago, buklu said:

ipad causes my eye fatigue

Im sooner blaming anything else but the device, so here i go listing other way to curb eye fatigues, coming from a practically legally blind (-5.5 on L and R, with 2.0 Cylinder)

Eyes are just like other organ in your body and they gonna need a pretty little rest, i dont ask you to do the 8h of sleep rigmorals just consider staring at something else or close your eyes. Other way would be to reduce the strain, use dark mode on websites and turn down your brightness. Oh, also own clear/lightly tinted glasses. Theyre awesome for strain reduction.

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44 minutes ago, buklu said:

ipad causes my eye fatigue

iPad @ 60hz may cause eye fatigue if you're used to using a 120hz+ desktop display or have a phone with a high refresh display.

The iPad Pro is available with 120hz , I recommend you check it out at your local Apple Store / Distributor to make sure it's suitable before purchase. 

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18 hours ago, buklu said:

ipad causes my eye fatigue

What iPad model is it


What phone do you use, and does it also cause eye fatigue?

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Samsung Galaxy Tab S7 and Tab S7+ both have 120hz displays

but if you already have a iphone, go with the ipad pro


The Tab S7+ has a OLED screen id assume could be less straining on your eyes than the LCD in ipads

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