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Core i5/i7 with GT540 and non-reflective 15.6" HD screen?

I need your help choosing a new laptop which should last at least 3 years and will be used for CAD,"hardcore" gaming and web surfing.

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Not made today.

Your post calls for "non-reflective 15.6" HD screen?"

Since every LCD screen I've seen today has some reflection this means that the quest for "non-reflective" is something we'll have to continue to watch for.

If matte or reduced reflections is fine the last 1080 display I saw was from Asus in their gamer laptops.
Bob

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Reduced reflections

Yeah, reduced reflections is fine.So is matte as long as it doesn't greatly affect color or sharpness.
Which Asus model was that? Do you have a link?

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Eh, I somehow left out the currency symbols. They are Budget (euro/pound), Asus (euro), Aspire (pound/euro)
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Sorry no.

Since you are not in the US you need to check the sites in your country. I see HP offers 1080p in their HP Pavilion dv6t Select Edition series.
Bob

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