That's off the packing slip. No replacements etc. - the one that came with the system. I don't really have time/inclination to wait around/have LCD replaced: if Dell wants to game people by seeding the system with some crappy and some not-so-crappy LCDs, then oh well: I'll go elsewhere.
That said, I work with a number of people with WUXGA/WSXGA+ 15.4" Latitudes, and those LCDs (while not shiny) are all far superior to the one I saw on the 9300. Much crisper, more even, no sparkle, better viewing angles.
Anyway, got a human on the phone at Dell right away. They were extremely polite, no issues whatsoever: within ten minutes of dialing the whole return was done and I was re-taping the box for shipment back to Dell. Who knows, maybe I need to look at the D810 again... So no worries: if you don't like it, you are not stuck with it.
Good luck! Hope yours makes you happy!
Originally Posted by sonicwind
Is that a replacement LCD, or the one that came with your system? Did you verify the LCD model using PowerStrip or some such tool, or did you just get that model number from your invoice or packing list? Just trying to clarify so I know whether to worry a lot or just a normal amount until tomorrow. Until I see your response I'll worry a lot just to cover all the bases.