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Subject: Notebooks with 19"+ 1920x1200+ screen?
Category: Computers > Hardware
Asked by: lucavilla-ga
List Price: $10.00
Posted: 11 Nov 2006 09:01 PST
Expires: 11 Dec 2006 09:01 PST
Question ID: 781878
I need atleast a name (brand+model) of a portable computer with
atleast a 19 inches diagonal and atleast 1200 vertical resolution
(e.g. 1920x1200, 2048x1536) display.

Request for Question Clarification by rainbow-ga on 11 Nov 2006 10:29 PST
After an extensive research, this is the only notebook I was able to find:

Rock Xtreme SLI notebook
The system is massive. We'll show you some scale over the next couple
of pages, but you can see that the 19" widescreen runs a resolution of
1680x1050 (with the option of a 1920x1200 screen if you want it). The
screen is held in place with a couple of latches, and there's the
option to hook up to an external monitor over DVI, along with the
usual complement of ports.

The complete specification is as follows:
AMD Turion 64 ML-42 processor (2.4GHz, 512k L2 cache);
1GB of DDR400 RAM;
19" "glossy" widescreen at 1680x1050;
Two GeForce Go 7800 GTX cards in SLI;
100GB 7200RPM hard drive;
8x DVD writer;
Works, Anti-Virus, XP Home, three year warranty;

Price: 2348.33 inc VAT.
http://www.bit-tech.net/hardware/2006/03/09/rock_nvidia_sli_notebook/1.html


I have not been able to find a place where this is available for
purchase. The website for Rock is http://www.rockdirect.com/

Contact details:
http://www.rockdirect.com/aboutus.php

Please let me know if the above suffices as an answer to your question.

Best regards,
Rainbow

Clarification of Question by lucavilla-ga on 15 Nov 2006 05:15 PST
Interesting notebook... but I'm very skeptic about the 1920x1200
option. Is the option 19" or 17"? If you can find an official
confirmation of it to be 19", with the price, I accept your message as
answer.

Request for Question Clarification by rainbow-ga on 15 Nov 2006 05:31 PST
Hi lucavilla,

I understand it to be 19" screen with the option of a resolution of
1920x1200, since there is no mention of a 17" screen. However, I have
found no verification for this.

Best regards.
Rainbow
Answer  
Subject: Re: Notebooks with 19"+ 1920x1200+ screen?
Answered By: keystroke-ga on 08 Dec 2006 09:27 PST
 
Hello lucavilla,

Thank you for your question.

The perfect laptop for you would be the Dell Inspiron 2010. It has a
20.1 inch wide screen display and is an exceptional laptop.

It is available here in the UK:

Inspiron 2010
http://configure.euro.dell.com/dellstore/config.aspx?b=&c=uk&cs=ukdhs1&l
=en&oc=N12205&rbc=N12205&s=dhs&sbc=ukdhsftdhpnotebook1

Inspiron 2010
http://www1.euro.dell.com/content/products/productdetails.aspx/xpsnb_m20
10?c=uk&l=en&s=bsd&cs=ukbsdt1

and here in the US:

Inspiron 2010
http://configure.us.dell.com/dellstore/config.aspx?oc=i2010sapp&cs=04&dgvcode=ss&c=US&l=EN

After using this one, I have realized it is the best laptop on the market.

Search terms:
Dell Inspiron 2010

If you need any additional clarification, let me know and I'll be glad
to assist you.

--keystroke-ga

Request for Answer Clarification by lucavilla-ga on 13 Dec 2006 14:05 PST
I'm sorry but the Dell Inspiron 2010 has a 1680x1050 display.
I searched for a notebook with atleast a 19 inches diagonal AND
atleast 1200 vertical resolution.

Clarification of Answer by keystroke-ga on 14 Dec 2006 08:56 PST
Hello lucavilla,

I'm sorry, but I did not see the 1200 resolution part of your question.

I don't believe that there is really any laptop that fits your
requirements and the one I supplied you with is the best you could
get.

Nevertheless, I will ask the editors to remove my answer if you would like me to.

Do you want me to have my answer removed?

--keystroke-ga
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