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Subject: Re: 4K screens RGB vs RGBW
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Subject: Re: 4K screens RGB vs RGBW
Date: Tue, 28 Nov 2017 11:14:58 +0000
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On 27/11/17 22:56, Alfred Molon wrote:

> Which other 15" notebook has a decent 4K screen for image editing?

Apple would be definitive really - but Dell do a series of monitors that 
are absolutely excellent - 4k and 5k IIRC. We've got some 4k ones at 
work used by UX/UI designers and we've had a Spyder calibrator on them 
and they are extremely good right out of the box.

Not sure what the latest line of Dell laptops is like for the panels...

> I would need a machine as fast as possible (which in practice means an
> i7 7700HQ or similar processor and a fast graphics card), 16GB RAM or
> more, M.2 SSD and HDD for space.