Originally Posted by sonicwind
I don't think you understand that the 9300's that have a glossy coating also have the sparkle effect. Based on what you say, the screens used in the 9300 have both the anti-glare and the glossy coating. What's up with that? Dell is reusing the messed up anti-glare coated screens by just adding the glossy coating.
Are the WUXGA TrueLife screens in the iXPS2 different from the WUXGA TrueLife screens used in the 9300?
"WUXGA LCDs are the highest resolution panels available in the market today. These displays use an industry-standard process that applies a textured coating to the inside of the polarizer to reduce glare and improve light distribution. The WUXGA panel offers nearly twice as many pixels as a WXGA panel [1.3MPixels vs 2.4MPixels]. These pixels are much smaller and denser than on WXGA panels. The smaller size, higher density, and textured coating may cause the display to create a sparkling or blurry effect while using light-colored backgrounds or on a white background, such as word processing applications. This is typical of this technology and is needed to prevent glare and increase viewing angles."
As for the TrueLife LCD's they're the same WXGA Samsung.