Originally Posted by 76TR6
Why would Sager be going up in their numbers like 9870, 9880, 9890 and then drop to 9750? And another thing, what's the difference in a wsxga and a wuxga or something like that? And also wouldn't the glossy screen be a bother to look at with all the glare?
John B. in S.C.
"Glare is a highly subjective thing based mostly on your environment's lighting conditions, yadda yadda yadda."
I never had problems looking at my screen. Matte screens needed to be adjusted every time I moved though, which was a pain in the ass when I had that Dell that I eventually returned.
By the way--LOL at "humdinger."
Edit: WSXGA is a Wide Super XGA screen, which means (aside from the wide part) that it's got a greater detail than regular XGA screens (a higher resolution). WUXGA is the same almost but U stands for Ultra and it's a step up from Super. Basically, the difference is resolution, and sometimes WSXGA screens will come in matte or gloss, while Ultras are largely gloss. You'll have to check individual specs.