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2013 Dell XPS 15 3200x1800, Pentile?

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I'm very interested in this laptop (for obvious reasons). I almost bought an Ativ 9 Plus but then saw it has a pentile pixel configuration (RG-BW), which effectively reduces resolution when displaying colors, and Lenovo Yoga 2 Pro owners have noted yucky colors with that panel too.

Not cool.

I don't have high hopes at this point, but since the Dell is a bigger screen, maybe it has the full RGB pixel configuration. Does anyone know for sure which it is?
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I'm not entirely sure myself (I took a gander at the Yoga 2 pro in BB and wasn't impressed by the color issues and the nasty sub-pixel arrangement), but I posted here to find out:

http://forum.notebookreview.com/dell-xps-studio-xps/735403-xps-15-haswell-owners-lounge-156.html
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Dell mentions the XPS 15 as being an IGZO panel, which matches with some previously announced panels, and I found another Sharp panel announcement.
It was easy to guess before, but now it's looking a little more concrete that 4K panels will be in laptops sooner than later.

I still want to know exactly what the Dell IGZO panel is though, it doesn't hurt to be informed.
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