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    HDR is the next big thing in video content, but it's probably not something most people need to worry about just yet.
    High Dynamic Range (HDR) is very awesome, that much isn't in doubt. But it's also still very much in the early stages when it comes to content, and importantly, the devices that support it.
    There are a number of TVs that support HDR, but you're unlikely to be using one as a PC monitor. There are PC monitors starting to trickle out that support HDR, too, but what about laptops?
    Again, there are a small number on the market, such as the Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Yoga, but this will grow as time goes on. But is it something you should care about? As far as laptops are concerned, for most people, no.

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    02-19-2018 10:10 AM

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