Brighter is not always better. It’s true that hi-bright displays are
more visible outdoors. However, they also use a lot of power. While this can be compensated for with appropriate power management schemes, an overly bright display can be a problem for a demanding application that relies heavily on batteries. When more power is used, more heat is generated. So heat-sinking needs to be looked at as well. Don’t forget about the other end of the brightness scale. That bright display may need to be ratcheted down a lot to work with night-vision goggles.
http://amrel.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/03/h-bright-displays.jpg275275William Finnhttp://amrel.com/wp-content/uploads/2013/08/amrel_logo300-225x60dpi.jpgWilliam Finn2011-03-30 03:38:002014-01-23 09:47:04Do I need a hi-bright display?