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Anybody have this notebook
Was looking at it and seems pretty wicked nice for the price and also the np6110 which is awesome netbook

Experiences post here
Specially with graphic intensive progs such as after effects and cad f possible
Light cad really nothing to extreme
Also would want to get back into bf3 and bad company 2 and day of defeat source haha know dods does no need that much juice

Crucial m4 128
Secondary 500 gb hd
I7 3630 qm
Mate or glossy?( not to good with screens)
This is from xotic pc so I trust them a lot I like what they have an how they work smile.gif

Any feed back and user reviews from Ocn members out there would be awesome smile.gif
Thanks beautiful people
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Glossy: Superior image quality and contrast, but is susceptible to strong glares and reflections (usually of you) if the lighting is poor. This makes it hard to use in outdoors or in bright areas without causing eye strain and headaches.

Matte: Resistant against glares, allowing it to be used in more places. However, it has poorer image quality and contrast because the light has to pass through particles. Texts on the screen may also appear grainy depending on how much anti-glare treatment the screen got.
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Glossy: Superior image quality and contrast, but is susceptible to strong glares and reflections (usually of you) if the lighting is poor. This makes it hard to use in outdoors or in bright areas without causing eye strain and headaches.
Matte: Resistant against glares, allowing it to be used in more places. However, it has poorer image quality and contrast because the light has to pass through particles. Texts on the screen may also appear grainy depending on how much anti-glare treatment the screen got.

This really isn't true as far as the matte screen goes. If you get the stock matte screen, then yeah that's about right...but the upgraded 95% Gamut screen is on par with the glossy model. tongue.gif It's quite bright even outdoors.
     
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Right on I dont know monitors to much still learning that side of the world

Ok I'll see what I can do about the screen
Now I believe this can only hold 24 gb total of ram but only has three dimms slots
And it runs dual channel
Wondering if anybody has had any problems with running in single channel to get that 24 gb to run smoothly and also for performance with memory heavy apps
Im keeping glossy and might see about just getting a matte screen later of I dont upgrade next year which seems to be something I might do...
Specially with the 9000 series being beastly note books thanks to that 680m smile.gif

Any ways thanks this notebook is a sexy machine and it's going to get sexier soon to
Then going with some good ol faster network upgrades with ISP soon pretty excited about it
Finally will be able to play a couple games online again ones that I have not for a long while
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