HP Omen 17 Kaby Lake UHD Display

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  1. pato

    pato Notebook Evangelist

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    Hello all
    Has anybody of you the new 2017 HP Omen 17 laptop with the UHD 4K panel and the i7-7700HQ?
    If yes, which display panel is built in?
    You can check this by going into Device Manager, open Monitors, double click on the shown monitor (probably some Plug&Play device), switch to the tab Details and there select Hardware IDs and copy that information here.

    Thanks
    pato
     
  2. Mobius 1

    Mobius 1 what is quality control?

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    B173ZAN01.1 4K UHD 17.3" 95% Adobe RGB / 99% sRGB / 60Hz / Response time 25-30ms GTG / support eDP adaptive sync (G-sync)



    This is the same model used in many other 17.3" 4K devices
     
  3. pato

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    Oh ok, that means they have a new panel inside. The old one was a AUO119B....
    Darn, that means I need to read more reviews.

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    Thanks for your reply before, one more question, does it support G-Sync?
     
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    Bought the device and setting it up now.
    The screen is indeed the AUO119B.
     
  6. pato

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    Made a display calibration profile.
    7200K at 100% brightness sRGB (please note, typical photo editing is at 6500K, but I don't like yellow whites).
     

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    Is there any good 17 inch laptop with wide viewing angle on a budget


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  8. pato

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    There are some nice Asus models, but not with such nice displays for a budget price. Also MSI has some interesting models. If you don't really need to game, make sure the display is IPS technology. It's not as fast responding as a TN, but offers much better colors (typically). Also IPS has a wide viewing, while TN doesn't. Avoid TN at all costs for wide viewing angle.
     
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    My current laptop 2007 model has an excellent wide angle LCD display
    yes am aware of that.... I need either HP or Dell. Not really into ASUS
     
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    Ok, then better open a new thread in the general laptop area.
    Anyway, I'm happy with the 4k screen on my HP Omen.
     
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