Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 15th May 2013 00:01 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems "We're sure that more high-density Windows laptops are on the way, but the Kirabook is the first to make it to market. The laptop raises some natural questions: Does a computer that is both thinner and lighter than the Pixel and the Pros skimp on battery life to achieve these feats? Is the Kirabook good enough to justify its jaw-dropping $1,599.99 starting price? Most importantly, can Windows support high-density displays as well as OS X, Chrome OS, iOS, Android, and others can?" Great laptop, great screen, decent battery life - but Windows' scaling is a terrible mess. Metro is fine, but the proper desktop is a disaster.
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whoa reflective screen
by dvhh on Thu 16th May 2013 06:38 UTC
dvhh
Member since:
2006-03-20

Still one of my major gripe with current laptop.
I'm guessing I would have to buy one of these non-reflective screen ( and try to stick it)

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RE: whoa reflective screen
by Kivada on Thu 16th May 2013 23:41 in reply to "whoa reflective screen"
Kivada Member since:
2010-07-07

Yeah, matte screens are very hard to find these days. Only reliable way to avoid glossy screens is to get a BTO from a shop like XoticPC, Power Notebooks, AvaDirect or Puget Systems.

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