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XPS M1530 With Led Screen

Discussion in 'Dell XPS and Studio XPS' started by ragma, Mar 10, 2008.

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  1. ragma

    ragma Notebook Enthusiast

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    When will Dell be releasing the XPS M1530 with the Led screen?
     
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    Hmm.. never seen one in my life. So whats better to have an LED monitor :?
     
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    canada16 Notebook Evangelist

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    Sorry I might be thick here

    But I have never owned a laptop before and have just bought the T8300 XPSM1530 soon to arrive.

    What type of screens do laptops have?

    Are they plasma if not LCD.

    Please dont laugh
     
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    Flam3h Notebook Consultant

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    They are LCD, what Ragma is refering to is how the LCD is backlit.

    On the M1330 for example, Dell offer LED backlighting - which offers a brighter, more even backlight over conventional methods.
     
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    canada16 Notebook Evangelist

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    I see

    FLAM3H

    You have been great and patient, not like some people (KHRIS)
     
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    The tradition LCDs are lit by CCFL, but the LED backlight allows for slimmer screens and they last longer.
     
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