Originally Posted by N9ne
I plan on doing that because acer is just as capable of making typos as 3 retailers who get the shipment in at the same time. Why would 3 retailers all getting the shipment in the same time say it is wxga. Maybe acer changed to screen line to increase production? You don't know until you contact the retailers to get the facts or until someone buys it from them and tells you. It is common sense. The user reviews were people who bought theirs almost a month ago. Wake up and smell the coffee production line could have changed.
Nice rolling eyes. I hope you use that on all your posts, it's perfect for you.
you're right, they must've changed the production line from WXGA to WSXGA before they shipped any. Because no one has ever received a WXGA, even in early january.
Then they changed all their literature and brochures, because they weren't sure of what they wanted to do when they first produced the laptop.
Then they shipped a bunch of WXGA screens just to a few online retailers like Newegg, they thought it would be amusing to confuse everyone with the stats on acer.com.http://www.notebookreview.com/forums...35&whichpage=1http://www.hardwarezone.com/articles...cid=14&id=1395http://www.acer.com.sg/products/trav...0datasheet.pdf
See how that works, even without the rolling eyes?
The reason the other retailers got it wrong is because they use NewEgg's site for specs, and NewEgg is well known for these kinds of typos.