Linked by Thom Holwerda on Thu 14th Jun 2012 22:49 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems And finally, finally, finally, Vizio has fully unveiled its brand new line up of laptops and all-in-ones. The successful American TV maker announced its new kit at CES in January, catching my eyes with a set of beautiful, distinctive laptops and all-in-ones, and, as they promised back then, they have now unveiled all. This has want written all over it. Update: Rejoice: non-glossy, matte screens on the laptop.
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Comment by bolomkxxviii
by bolomkxxviii on Fri 15th Jun 2012 11:13 UTC
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Holy ~!@#$ someone actually selling computers without glossy screens! I know where I am going to purchase my next computer. Thanks!

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RE: Comment by bolomkxxviii
by dnebdal on Fri 15th Jun 2012 13:18 in reply to "Comment by bolomkxxviii"
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Lenovo does the same - though sadly, their screens are otherwise a bit unimpressive. (My T410 is a great laptop, but the screen is mediocre at best. At least it's not glossy.)

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RE[2]: Comment by bolomkxxviii
by znby on Fri 15th Jun 2012 20:07 in reply to "RE: Comment by bolomkxxviii"
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The X220 has an IPS panel option, and it looks great. No idea if they offer it on their other models, and if not, why they restricted it to the X220... My old T61 didn't have a great screen IIRC.

I wonder if this Vizio company will have a presence in Europe.

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RE: Comment by bolomkxxviii
by vodoomoth on Sat 16th Jun 2012 18:10 in reply to "Comment by bolomkxxviii"
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As I wrote in another comment on this article, some Dell laptops have matte screens but Dell doesn't advertise that feature, which is a mistake IMO. Mine is a full hd on a 17" laptop with high-luminosity, wide viewing angles and bright colors. Some people have the 3D version of the screen.

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