Almost all of the 43 inchers use the same TPVision panel, which has image retention issues.
The Phillips, Acer and Viewsonic use DC for brightness control, the Dell uses PWM with very noticeable flickering.
The LG 43ud79 uses an LG panel (no reported retention) but it also uses PWM.
All of these panels are basically repurposed 8bit + frc TV panels - BGR subpixel configuration, shadows around monitor edges etc.
LG could have knocked this out of the park, but they went with PWM.. Sigh. The wait continues...
The X800E seems like the best option right now: 4K 444@60Hz, no PWM, good viewing angles, no image retention.
I love my Wasabi Mango UHD430. It's an AH-IPS panel and has no image retention issues. Really no issues at all. If you don't mind buying from Korea it's a great option. I got a A+ grade panel from ebay and it's served my really well.
Do they both do 4:4:4?Comes down to preferences. D has sharper colors, better blacks, also less expensive. E has better viewing angles. YouTube has some good reviews for both.
Throw the Redmere in the trash and get a certified Monoprice cable. True story.
So I've done my search engine research on IPS burn in. There are definitely a lot of people on the internet complaining on this issue, including ]H] members here. The $1 million question: knowing so, why is the industry still using IPS technology?
What? I've had multiple ips monitors without any burn in issues
I bought a Samsung KU6100 40" 4K@60 and 4:4:4 from Costco at like $499
You get a bit of tearing and the blurring is very good for a 60hz panel. Input lag is <20ms, very happy with it. I will hold off with this one until there is a 40" 4k Qdot/Oled HDR10 100hz+ Panel available for not >$2000.