After taking a close look at the keyboard, let’s zoom in onto the display.
HDR is the short form for high dynamic range. This technology provides a more natural look to videos by balancing light and dark areas and recording a wide range of colors. When viewing HDR videos through an HDR display, the creator’s original intent is well-preserved.
Color accuracy is another crucial factor in preserving the original intent of the viewing content. A typical measurement for color accuracy is Delta E, which indicates the difference between the displayed color and the standard. Through testing, we found that the prototype’s average Delta E is below two, meaning that the color difference is unnoticeable by the average eyes.
How long can the V last when playing HDR video on battery? Battery life has become one of the burning questions in the community lately. Since you asked, we performed an HDR battery test to show how the V fairs in this area.
FHD HDR YouTube playback for one hour took 36%. This is with full screen brightness and maximum keyboard backlight brightness, as well as better performance power setting in Windows.
Detailed device information
Eve V (2021) prototype
Intel Core i7-1165G7
32GB quad-channel 4267MT/s LPDDR4X
1TB NVMe SSD
3840×2400 10-bit IGZO IPS panel
64-bit Microsoft Windows 10 Pro 21H2
The test is performed after a clean install of Windows with all available updates and drivers.
Now that we’ve walked you through the most meaningful aspects of prototypes themselves, we’ll turn our focus to production behind the scenes. Stay tuned!