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    Default Re: Laptops with FHD (1920x1080) IPS displays

    its really inexcusable ... who are the product managers for these oem's.... anyone listening to the market?
    no wonder the galaxy note 2 sold out - people ARE capable of noticing the difference between toilet displays and GOOD displays. its obvious

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    Quote Originally Posted by cognus View Post
    its really inexcusable ... who are the product managers for these oem's.... anyone listening to the market?
    no wonder the galaxy note 2 sold out - people ARE capable of noticing the difference between toilet displays and GOOD displays. its obvious
    Most people don't care about this sort of stuff though. NBR and other tech-knowledgeable communities only make up a tiny fraction of the total laptop buying market. Funny enough that people notice the display in tablets (Galaxy Note 2, iPad Retina, etc); maybe that'll translate to the masses starting to demand high-quality, high-res laptop displays in the future.
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    Default Re: Laptops with FHD (1920x1080) IPS displays

    just an example or two that, at least, tech-patch writers get it
    A good Ultrabook, a great screen: the Asus Zenbook Prime UX31A review | Ars Technica

    older, woefully out of date - the technology is moving so fast
    AnandTech - CyberPower's X6-9300 and MSI's GT680R: Fighting for Your Mobile Gaming Dollar

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    Default Re: Laptops with FHD (1920x1080) IPS displays

    Wanted to update with the Vizio models:

    ----Consumer Laptops----

    Dell XPS 12 / XPS Duo (12.5", 1920 x 1080, IPS, glossy)

    Asus UX31A (13.3″, 1920 x 1080, IPS, matte)
    Asus UX32VD (13.3″, 1920 x 1080, IPS, matte)
    Asus UX51VZ / U500 (15.6" 1920 x 1080 IPS, matte)

    Vizio CT15 (15.6" 1920 x 1080 IPS, matte)
    Vizio CN15 (15.6" 1920 x 1080 IPS, matte)

    Sony Vaio S15 (15.5" 1920 x 1080 IPS, semi glossy) *orange-gate issue*
    Sony VAIO SE (15.6″, 1920 x 1080, IPS, glossy with anti-glare coating) *orange-gate issue*

    HP ENVY Spectre XT TouchSmart Ultrabook 15t-4000 (15.6″, 19280 x 1080, IPS, glossy)
    HP Envy 15 (15.6”, 19201080, IPS, glossy with anti-glare coating) *orange-gate issue*

    -----Workstation laptops---- (expensive, large, ugly)

    Dell Precision M4600 (15.6″, 19201080, IPS, matte)
    Dell Precision M4700 (15.6″, 1920 x 1080, IPS, matte)
    Dell Precision M6600 (17.3”, 19201080,IPS, matte)
    Dell Precision M6700 (17.3″, 1920 x 1080, IPS, matte)

    HP EliteBook 8560w (15.6″, 19201080, IPS, matte)
    HP EliteBook 8570w (15.6″, 19201080, IPS, matte)
    HP EliteBook 8760w (17.3″, 1920-1080, IPS, matte)
    HP EliteBook 8770w (17.3″, 19201080,IPS,matte)
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    i7 3517U | 1GB Nvidia GeForce GT 620M @ 873/1100MHz [+162/+200MHz OC] | 10GB Kingston DDR3 | 256GB Samsung 840 Pro | 13.3" FHD IPS screen

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    Default Re: Laptops with FHD (1920x1080) IPS displays

    Edited post.
    Last edited by Future Science; 9th December 2013 at 02:36 PM.

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    Default Re: Laptops with FHD (1920x1080) IPS displays

    Quote Originally Posted by Future Science View Post
    You should also include in this list the Lenovo W530 (15.6", 1920*1080, IPS, matte).

    And also I hope to see this thread as a sticky, since more and more people should look for higher res displays!
    The Thinkpad W5x0 series do not have IPS displays. Currently, the only Thinkpads that has an IPS option are the X220 and X230.
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    Edited post.
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    Unfortunately, the Dell M4700 IPS panel has been unavailable for months. Since September 2012, at least. I just checked the Dell configurator and was unable to order an IPS panel for either the M4700 or the M6700. I have "chatted" with their customer support people three or four times in the last 5 months, and they have never had an ETA on the return of the IPS panels.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sfriedberg View Post
    Unfortunately, the Dell M4700 IPS panel has been unavailable for months. Since September 2012, at least. I just checked the Dell configurator and was unable to order an IPS panel for either the M4700 or the M6700. I have "chatted" with their customer support people three or four times in the last 5 months, and they have never had an ETA on the return of the IPS panels.
    Dell had several problems with the IPS panel when they had it for the M4600, and they tried fixing it in time for the M4700 release, but were unable to. Instead of shipping out more problematic IPS 15.6" displays, Dell instead opted not to sell a M4700 IPS.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kuroi-Tsubasa View Post
    Instead of shipping out more problematic IPS 15.6" displays, Dell instead opted not to sell a M4700 IPS.
    Sadly, the IPS option is still listed in all the M4700 sales literature, and the customer support staff have never given a definite "it will never be offered again" answer. As a result, the M4700 shows up in lists (as in this thread) of "laptops with IPS panels". But it should not (currently) be on such a list.

 

 
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