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In article<MPG.34fd26acaf463ec098cf68@news.supernews.com>, Alfred
Molon<alfred_molon@yahoo.com> wrote:

> Are there any (Windows) Notebook PCs with a 4K screen (RGB pixel matrix, 
> not RGBW)?

there are, but it's a waste since you won't see a difference over a
standard retina display, which is already higher resolution than what
the eye can resolve.