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Glossy screens on the rise--whether you like it or not

Following a trend with laptop screens, TV manufacturers are opting for reflective rather than matte screens--making it harder to find a TV that's easy to view in a well-lit room.

By 10 February 2010

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Are detachable laptop screens in our future?

Are detachable laptop screens in our future?

By 7 January 2006

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Laptop screens grow bigger and wider

Laptop screens grow bigger and wider

By 26 October 2005

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Fujitsu unveils tablet computer

Fujitsu PC, a subsidiary of Japanese conglomerate Fujitsu, has released an upgraded version of its Stylistic LT P-600 tablet computer. Weighing 2.65 pounds, the new system comes with a 600MHz low-voltage Pentium III, 15GB hard drive and up to 256MB of memory. It also is available with two types of screens: a regular color LCD or a Transflective SVGA color LCD, which is easier to view outdoors. Prices start at $3,599. Tablet computers, which essentially look like laptop screens, are primarily sold into specific vertical markets, such as the delivery or warehouse business, where regular computers are inconvenient. Workers with tablet computers input data with a stylus rather than a keyboard. Some companies have tried to bring these devices to the consumer market but have met with little success.

By 11 September 2001