Originally Posted by Robert602
You've just got to remember that LCDs and CRTs are totally different animals. CRTs project the image onto the screen and can do so at any resolution up to the maximum, sometimes...
Originally Posted by jswriter
Pretty freakin' awesome looking hunk o' hardware!
I still am hoping that a WSXGA+ or WUXGA screen is going to be an option, 'cuz if either screen is available, dat puppy's gonna...
Originally Posted by infinity306
well the lcd panel and frame is probaly about the lightest thing on the lapotops... so im doubting going to an 18 would make the weight jump too much... probaly a bit extreme on a...
I have a Dell 2000FP. It's a 20.1" 1600x1200 lcd. I bought it new on Ebay for around $850 shipped. It has VGA and DVI inputs.
I'm not a gamer, can't comment on edge condition response times, but for everything I do (office...
Frye's has the Fujitsu's I mentioned in my earlier post on this thread. They are the N series laptops. Definitely worth a visit to at least check out the glossy screen technology, if there is a Frye's near you.
Originally Posted by myrkat
It's basically the same principle as inkjet Photo Paper uses - that is, use gloss and shine (aka blur) to "smear" the dots to appear less "dotty" - I can't believe...
I've seen the same screens on some of the Fujitsu's. They call it MVA technology.
They are BEAUTIFUL. I can't wait to see the review of the 4080 and see how it's screen compares to some I've seen the on the Fujitsu's.