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Posted by: daviid
« on: December 15, 2016, 15:51:56 »

shopping for a 15' laptop that will display well outside should not be so difficult, but it always is. Anti-glare is not necessarily antiglare. maybe less glare. I look for matte finish and max nits. Try figuring out with Dell or Lenovo on what screen is matte and how to order them. impossible.
Posted by: Rory Glynn
« on: December 01, 2016, 01:09:38 »

dude the new MacBook Pro 15 inch and 13 inch should be much lower on this list.
Posted by: Matt_____
« on: October 10, 2016, 20:14:53 »

The prices you have listed are for completely different models than the one reviewed.

For example, the Acer Aspire V15 Nitro.  You review the 4k display, but the prices you have listed are all for the 1080p display variants.  Massive difference in price between the models.
Posted by: Juan García
« on: August 08, 2016, 15:30:08 »

The Dell XPS 15 (late 2015 edition) has the widest gamut and best color accuracy out of the box right now. How is it possible that's not even on the list???

I don't think we can trust this list with such an obvious mistake.
Posted by: Karolis
« on: July 11, 2016, 20:18:06 »

Wherrle is razer reviews with their amazing 100 adobe rgb screen that brings 4k?
Posted by: Calibration?
« on: April 07, 2016, 13:58:25 »

According to the footnote: "All results stem from measurements in delivery state."
Since when does anyone who's interested in a quality display not calibrate it before using? Factory state displays are almost never calibrated correctly, unless you buy an Eizo or similar professional monitor.
Posted by: Untrusting review
« on: April 04, 2016, 01:08:11 »

The display in Lenovo Miix 700 holds a 2nd place with a 92% when in their own review the Microsoft Surface pro 4 has up 25% better display rate. The same Surface device that is not listed here...
C'MON Notebookcheck.... biased reviews generates bad reputation....
Posted by: Vlada
« on: March 14, 2016, 20:37:04 »

Hi, it seams that HP Probook screen is a TN and an IPS panel. Check it out:
Posted by: MrSparc
« on: January 14, 2016, 09:43:19 »

How about the Microsoft Surface Book and Pro4???
No mention but, according your own review, the display is even better than Apple MacBook 13:
Posted by: sidney
« on: January 11, 2016, 21:51:50 »

there are at least 4 oled laptops announced at CES 2016: Alienware 13, HP 360, Lenovo X1 Yoga, and the Samsung Galaxy Tab SPro 12. All Windows. Alienware has the USB Type C Thunderport to make it a gaming option (not sure about the others) once connected to the new external graphics boxes. Move over LCD, your days are numbered.
Posted by: Jame
« on: January 02, 2016, 02:01:57 »

Why does all links go to the german versions of the reviews?  :)
Posted by: wj
« on: January 01, 2016, 15:56:24 »

Is that "Samsung SDC4C48" from Dell Latitude Samsung  LTN156HL02-001?
Posted by: J Miller
« on: November 21, 2015, 04:39:19 »

The ASUS Zenbook 305 that has a link to Amazon for $715 is not the same one reviewed. The resolution is only 1080 x 760 not the 2800 x 1600 (my numbers arent correct but couldn't flip back to look.)
I purchased and was not impressed with the display, very dull even after tweaking color and brightness. You should remove the link as it is not the version tested
Posted by: BenG
« on: November 10, 2015, 10:10:55 »

What about chromebooks?  The Toshiba chromebook 2 is exceptional and it's display is one of the best i've seen.
Posted by: Tan How Yew
« on: October 18, 2015, 22:22:17 »

Am surprised Asus NX500 that tested by with sRGB 90% and aRGB 83% did not make it to top 25 best notebook display. I think it should be included since few of the top 25 can't even display more than sRGB 70% but yet has 90% display score, higher score than NX500 (which can display more colours but only 87% score). If it is because NX500 overall display score rated 87%, then maybe make the list into top 30, since NX500 is capable of displaying sRGB and aRGB near what HP zbook 17 G2 can do, and most of the top 25 cannot display more than 72% aRGB.


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