A20p was SXGA+, A21p and A22p were UXGA. However, all of them were 15" units. As for 770 series, I believe that it was 770Z that had SXGA as an option but I'm not all that familiar with these systems so I may very well be wrong.edik wrote: ↑Fri May 03, 2019 1:49 pm
Is that so? Well, you learn something new every day... I know just a little less resolution (SXGA?) was fitted to the high-end 770X's - probably just before the T22 time by a year. Think the A20p had an option for UXGA? It was at least SXGA(+) around the same time (2000 mid).
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You are correct about the A-series. For the 13.7" display, it was available on the 770X and Z models and it was a ready to order option unlike QXGA on the R50p.
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