Oh, interesting. It's not your browser - you are right.
I kind of thought the new one was inaccurate, but maybe the old 602i manual was inaccurate (we already know it was incomplete with a few TBD
The old 602i-only manual was created Feb 25, long before it was published on their site.
The 702i manual found last week was created on 5/22, a month before it was seen.
The new 602i manual was created just yesterday and it has only one substantive difference. The new 602i manual lists 69.50" viewable area for the 70. The 702i manual lists 70".
As for your question, I don't know the answer.
suggested 240 nits would be too dim for daytime viewing with motion smoothing/backlight scanning enabled.
Originally Posted by Andy_H
I was looking at the support pages again and it appears that now the official linked version for the M602i-B3 has changed to the version containing both 602 & 702, with 240 nits listed for both, unless my browser is doing some weird caching.
M652i-B2 is listed at 400 nits. When would the difference between 240 nits and 400 nits be noticeable?