Originally Posted by willydee
Be warned that WUXGA displays are not as bright as WSXGA+ because their light transmission factor is limited due to the higher transistor count (1.5 million more thin film transistors). For the same reason, the color precision is also not as good as with a 1680 display.
My experience has been different. I had my 9750 and my AX7 (4750) side by side and they looked equally bright. Now the brightness specs for the wuxga are slightly higher so that may be the equalizing factor. Next to my Samsung 173p both screens look pathetically dim.
As for the color precision, both are terrible. No color profiles could get my AX7 looking decent. Big problem because I do a lot of web and print work. Now the 9750 wuxga default settings were equally poor, but lowering the blue brightness by 14% returned very nice results. I can actually do some design work on this machine and know my colors aren't off in left field. I did try some different icc color profiles but none looked good.
The wsxga 4750 looks a little washed out, while the 9750 wuxga tends to have a bit too much contrast. These issues are pretty easy to fix, fortunately.
Keep in mind i'm comparing a 4750 screen and a 9750. We know now that the 9750 wuxga screen is different than the other wuxga clevo's so my results may not be consistant with other models.