is there a SB W700 successor coming?

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  1. joco

    joco Notebook Consultant

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    I am still hoping that Lenovo or HP will bring out a nice workstation class 17" with a 1200p resolution.We see nowadays all kind of new releases of Lenovo but in the 17" department it seems to be very quiet.

    Does anybody know more?
     
  2. Tsunade_Hime

    Tsunade_Hime such bacon. wow

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    16:10 is dead. M6600 and SB Elitebook 87x0W are going from 17" to 17.3" and 1920x1080p.

    M6600 and M4600 are rumored to having IPS option back to Dell's lineup.
     
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    As discussed earlier, it looks like there will not be. With the W520's higher-power GPU options (as is evident from its new 170W power brick) and FHD RGB-LED display option, it has pretty much stolen the W7xx-series' thunder.
     
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    yeah, there was a roadmap posted before that had no W7xx successor. And even if there is one, it's not going to be 16:10. get 16:10 now while you can. (or buy an Apple laptop, they seem to be the last with 16:10).
     
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    I was waiting on some news on a W7xxds with Sandy Bridge as well, but for right now,the roadmap doesn't look promising. I guess I'll be searching for a good deal on a W701ds in the near future.
     
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