anyone knows which laptops (could) use this display?

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  1. amirbahalegharn

    amirbahalegharn Notebook Consultant

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    These panels with wide gamut coverage and good contrast&brightness are the best to use in laptops; anyone know which laptop use them or could be used?

    N156DCE-GN2 4K(UHD) / brightness 600nits / >95% adobe SRGB / 1200:1 contrast ratio

    and on another note, can these panels,include the following displays, be used on clevo models "successfully all-working":
    clevo N950TP,N960TF/TD,N970TD/TF,P751TM,P775TM&P870TM?

    B156ZAN03.2 15" 4K,which is used in lenovo p1
    B156ZAN03.1 15" 4K, Asus ZenBook Flip 15 UX561UD


    Thanks in advance.
     
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  2. FrozenLord

    FrozenLord Notebook Consultant

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    Hey there,

    I have previously wondered about the same thing and have failed to find any reviews regarding the Innolux (the N156DCE...) display.
    The B156ZAN03.2 (and the afaik similar B156ZAN03.1) has been used in several devices, including (Google for "B156ZAN03.2 notebookcheck"):
    Asus ZenBook Flip 15
    Asus ZenBook Pro 15
    Lenovo Thinkpad X1 Extreme

    The consensus, from what I gathered, is that it is a gorgeous screen and has great color reproduction but might be on the slow side.
    I have recently acquired a B156ZAN03.2 for my Eurocom Tornado F5 and am quite content.
    The colors are more vivid and the brightness can go higher - I can definitely recommend it, when coming from a LTN156FL02-L01.

    From what I understand, in order to change the display, you need to check:
    - connector (30 pins / 40 pins? 0.4mm / 0.5mm pin pitch?)
    - dimensions (size, dimensions of active area, dimensions of outline)
    - mounting notches / flaps (some displays have those metal cases extending on some sides, which are used for mounting it - afaik there is no standard name which you can use, you have to rely on pictures)
    - it seems that you should avoid G-Sync displays that have not been officially offered with your laptop model (those displays might misbehave, going as far as not showing a picture)
     
  3. Casowen

    Casowen Notebook Consultant

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    Assuming you have the panel size right for the laptop, then just about any 40 pin edp connection should work.
     
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