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Any Windows7 touch screen tablets with a non grainy screen?

Discussion in 'Tablet PC' started by RK, Nov 15, 2009.

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    RK Guest

    Can anyone confirm if a glossy (non grainy screen) is available for any of
    the Windows 7 touchscreen tablets (Dell Latitude XT2, Fujitsu Lifebook
    4310/4410,Fujitsu Lifebook 5010,Lenovo X200) ? I was able to see the HP
    Touchsmart TX2 at Fry's and found the screen to be very grainy. Fujitsu
    4310/4410 had a better screen but still matte. For Lenovo X200 a reviewer
    mentioned the touchscreen version was dimmer but he didn't say if it was
    glossy or matte/grainy.

    I'm ok tolderating dimmer displays and more reflection. I just can't work
    with grainy screens !
    RK, Nov 15, 2009
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    RK Guest

    I found the answer today at Microsoft PDC. Acer Aspire 1420P - a beautiful
    11.6" inch tablet with multi touch support which has a normal (glossy)
    screen. Just what I was looking for. With it's quoted MSRP, this device has
    the potential of making tablet's mainstream.
    RK, Nov 19, 2009
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    Alex VN Guest

    just got the Toshiba Portlégé M750 and . . .
    very happy
    Alex VN, Nov 19, 2009
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    Mike J Guest

    I have a new Lenovo X200 Tablet with the "Outdoor" display. The display is
    probably the best I've ever seen on a laptop and has *very* little
    grainyness. It has a coating like a high-end camera lense that seems very
    hard and has very little glare/reflectivity.

    It's a little on the pricey side, but for me, the combination of the
    display, world-class keyboard, and magnesium frame makes it worth every penny.
    Mike J, Nov 26, 2009
  5. My HP Pavilion TX 2000 is a glossy screen ..
    diane whatever, Jan 18, 2010
  6. Motion has models with the option of a sensor for adjusting the
    brightness to the environment.

    Rainald Taesler, Jan 18, 2010
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