You really want to compare an issue that can cause epilepsy, migraine, retinal desease, urticaria, eye strain, nausea, etc, etc. tilting at windmills? And who are you to deride me for having an interest in this issue?
Point me to the source of epilepsy, migraine, retinal desease, urticaria, eye strain, nausea caused
by LCD displays please.
The last two identical posts you started
here and on PhotoNet resulted in your identical behavior, asking questions and dismissing anything but the answers you predicted what you wanted to hear. I suspected this third post was going to be yet another similar tactic on your part, I don't as yet think I'm wrong.
I happen to be considering buying the NEC P232W and it was brought to my attention on this website that it has a very low PWM frequency and might cause issues for many people, so I'm trying to learn more about it. Is that OK with you?
Fine, buy the unit, and if you have an epileptic seizure, send it back or better, get a demo at a good VAR before you put down your money. If 3 out of 30,000 people here reported that yes, they had a migraine by viewing an LCD backlit display, you'd do what with that info and that would change how you purchase and return it how? And you didn't
specifically ask about this NEC in your original post, you asked about LCD's in general
(that's telling). Hence the comment about windmills. This is much like your flat earth theories about Solux CCT values (which as promised, you failed to report back about, again telling). You are now apparently after someone writing something agreeing with reports that some people see flicker or experience eye strain or headaches when working with LED backlit monitors.
and like your Solux quest, you now aiming at NEC based on your last post. Just tell us what answer you want to hear and someone will hopefully provide it so you will go your own way.
And since you brought up the issue of "that piece" again, I apparently need to refresh your selective memory: I told you then that I would not respond to your ad hominem attacks and nothing has changed.
I wasn't the only one that asked you to comment about the article that blasted holes in your theories about display calibration. That you haven’t commented to anyone and would rather refrain from admitting the article shows your severe misunderstanding of the issue, it is no wonder you would blame your lack of a response on me. The truth is, you don't have the honesty to read what an actual color scientist wrote that points out the flaws in your understanding of color and dismisses the article on the subject YOU yourself posted for comment on PhotoNet. Again, telling.
What's your agenda Frans? You started a post, filled with a lot of nonsense about Solux CCT values. You started another concerning differing products reporting differing values of CCT from the same xyY values and in both cases, the correct replies you got, you didn't accept. You did this on two sites and got the same answers. You are back now apparently looking for problems with some, all or a specific NEC display of which whatever answer you get, it will not be accepted. What stops you from purchasing this NEC, testing it and either keeping it or returning it if you suffer from your head exploding? There's a Linkedin forum for NEC users, why not ask there?