We're finally done with all the mumbo-jumbo - it's time to move on to the good stuff!
To test the brightness, clarity and viewing angles of the L.I.S. VFD, we altered the brightness control until we found a suitable level, and we waited until dark.
As stated by VL System, the product's display is as crystal clear and as bright as we could have hoped for; simply beautiful.
One major fault of this device is its inability to manually shutoff. If this product is used in your main computer, and that main computer happens to be in the room you sleep in - don't expect a tranquil slumber. The VFD remains very active, offering sliding animations and dynamic computer information displayed by the second - the thing will be blinking you to death, especially if you're trying to fall asleep. It is recommended you lengthen the display time settings - equating to less animation and fewer brightness alterations.
Finally, the night-shots you've been waiting for:
As you can see, the device operates beautifully. Don't be fooled by the name though, the L.I.S. VFD can operate in one of three colours: blue green or red.
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