iPad 1, 2, 3, (Haven't tried 4), Air 1, Mini 1, Mini 2, Mini 3. (Haven't Tried Mini 4 or Air 2, but guessing same results)
Galaxy Note 10.1. Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition.
Galaxy Note Pro. ( I react stronger to these devices than any other tablets).
Motorola Xoom tablet (Handled this tablet better than the others, but still no dice)
Dell Inspiron 7559 gaming laptop (IPS 1080 Display with Nvidia 960m)
Alienware 13R2 (TN Display with Anti-Glare coating & Nvidia 960m. This is the only TN panel to date that I react /severely/ to) (I react worse to this device than any other.)
BenQ RL2460HT Gaming Monitor. TN panel. (Reaction isn't terrible, but no dice)
Insignia 40" 1080p TV. NS-40D420NA16.
White Westinghouse 55" 1080p LED TV. LD-5580Z.
Samsung PN51F4500BFXZA 51" 600Hz plasma TV. Zero flicker noticed. I bought the 720p variant of this tv and the 1080p variant. No luck with either.
Epson H331A PowerLite Home Cinema 705HD LCD Projector.
Gameboy / PSP / Virtual Boy / Gameboy Advance / Nintendo DS XL / Nintendo 3DS / Game Gear / Sega Nomad
* ASUS PA248Q IPS 1200p monitor for photo editors. This IPS monitor affects me less than any other IPS monitor, no go though. PWM.
Any CRT tube type television.
Any CRT projection television I've viewed so far.
ONE specific LED / LCD television by TCL. LE48FHDF3300ZTA is the model number. 240hz, 1080p. LED backlighting. I've looked for years with no success on finding any information on the panel technology. (I find as my condition progresses, I react more to this TV. But it's lightyears better than any other lcd type for myself.)
Zalman MZ240ED 24" LED 1080p DVI monitor with a TN panel.
Asus x205ta Laptop. 768p, TN panel. Atom core budget laptop.
A few older laptops with TN LED panels, unable to obtain model numbers.
HP Dv6-1334-US Laptop from 2009-ish TN panel / LED.
ASUS VE278H 27" 1080p TN Panel GTG monitor (Partial reactions, but not terrible)
* Live theatre 😉
(I haven't found many devices that are non-reactive unfortunately.
I have a Canon DSLR for PWM testing. Still reactive in the absence of PWM however.
So far with myself the only thing I can gather is safe is TN panel technologies, and not /all/ of them. As the condition progresses, some TN panels become more difficult as well.)
Sorry this is so long, I've been at this for many years... didn't know anyone else had problems likewise 🙂