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Toshiba laptops w/ matte screens?

Discussion in 'Toshiba' started by Nth, Apr 1, 2006.

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  1. Nth

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    Are there any Toshiba laptops w/ 15.4" wide-format matte screens? In my own personal experience, I've only seen glossy Toshiba screens. Thanks.
     
  2. miner

    miner Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    Most of their laptops sold through the major retailers have the Trubrite option. But you can always configure one from Toshiba's website with the matte screen option.
     
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    xAMDvsIntelx Notebook Deity

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    Yeah, most all of Toshiba's in-store stuff is all glossy screened. However, all Satellite/Tecra/Protege models can be configured without glossy screens. The only line that is glossy exclusively is the Qosmio line.
     
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    Thanks for your replies. I was actually just looking on their website site..so basically when it give you this option:

    15.4" Diagonal Widescreen XGA display (1280x800)

    15.4" Diagonal Widescreen XGA TruBrite™ display (1280x800) [add $50.00] Experience the TruBrite™ difference!

    the first one is matte and the TruBrite is glossy?
     
  5. miner

    miner Notebook Nobel Laureate

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    Yes, trubrite is their brand name for glossy screens.
     
  6. Nth

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    Well that is good to know. Cheers to you guys for your help.
     
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