Clevo N141WU

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  1. 9ac3

    9ac3 Notebook Consultant

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    ^I hope some of the US Clevo resellers do the same as Schenker by offering a good IPS display for this model.
     
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    @9ac3 at least now you know good compatible display.
    If nothing changes with your local resellers, you can try to replace the panel by your self)
     
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    Thanks for the info @vs40 . Appreciate it.

    Does Schenker do international shipping?

    Btw if I replace the panel by myself then wouldn't I be giving up the brightness control setting? It's sth I've heard from someone.
     
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    You can ask them here @XMG
     
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  6. XMG

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    Indeed, we ship world wide, but we don't sell components for laptops individually unless as part of an upgrade to our own laptop owners as we aren't setup to support other customers with individual component sales. The panel we use in this chassis is one of the options that Clevo offers - every panel in every Clevo chassis comes pre-installed from their factory, the differences between what resellers may offer comes down to which panels are chosen as part of the order.

    In Europe I could recommend a couple of completely trustworthy suppoliers that you could purchase this panel from yourself, I'm sure that there are others in other regions where you could buy one from with lower shipping costs etc ;-)
     
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    @XMG Yes, please I would like to hear some of your recommended suppliers. Thanks for your fast response.
     
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    System76 Galago Pro uses this Clevo chassis. Here's a brief review of it:

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    The screen looks quite good and appears to be of IPS quality.
     
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    Sure:

    - for Europe I usually recomend RequireIT .co .uk . This is their EBay shop https://www.ebay.co.uk/str/ukscreenspecialists . I usually recommend them as they are a trusted supplier of panels and thel sell what they advertise, not cheaper versions or different models like a lot of companies and EBay shops do.

    - for the US, there was a company in Florida that we purchased some sotck from many years ago - I can't remember their name but they were also reliable when we dealt with them. Will update if the names comes back to me!

    This is the N140HCA panel from Innolux. We'll be launching this as the SLIM 14 soon - the chassis is identical to the N131 apart from the 14" screen and thinner bezel.
     
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    @XMG can you clarify situation with Thunderbolt 3 functions?
    I understand what it is not possible to charge laptop via TB3, but what about external monitors and eGPU?
     
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