Originally Posted by exe
I know what you're saying, hence why I emailed them. DVI will be dependent on the MB they choose or specifically, the graphic card they install and if they want to give a DVI out, not on the plastic housing the laptop. Then again, DVI could be implimented with many laptops today, but they are not. I think only Apple and Clevo has them. Apple has had it for many years already, and Clevo just from last year's release. Well, at least no more floppy in laptops. It's such a slow process to weed out legacy ports.
The other thing I noted is that on the Eurocom model, you can op for WSXGA, but not available as described on Sager's model in their ad.
And just to add, AMD will change their pin outs to 939pin for both the AMD64 and AMDfx lines. I don't think these models will have this new pin out, which is due for release next month.
If you are speaking in regards to the new WSXGA+ display, it does not appear any advertisment (at least any I've seen, and I read quite a few publications) has yet mentioned the WSXGA+ display as an option for any machines. However, on the official Sager Midern site, the option is listed. The most likely reason would be due to the fact that cutoffs for print advertisements can be several weeks prior to the actual publication, and the WSXGA+ option was only announced (if memory serves) the very end of April/beginning of May.
As for DVI, the prior statement made was something to the effect of "this is a 4xxx model, hence just like the existing Intel based 4xxx models". As noted, no NP4xxx model supports a DVI connection. Couple this with the fact that advertisement specifically mentions "Ext CRT" under "Other Ports", one would be hard pressed to believe the NP4750 will include a DVI connection, regardless of statement made by Eurocom.
Would be remiss if it were not noted that Sager is typically a very trusted source of information, while the same unfortunately cannot always be said for Eurocom.