It uses 2 lvds channels, whereas afaik the X230 only supports one, so some sort of modification must still be needed. I was thinking of ordering it, at least to look at how it's made, but then I noticed that the screen's power consumption is rated 17W!
I interpreted it as "lvds, crack white list", as the only screen with "99%" color gamut (90% actually) is the one I linked, and it's LVDS.
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I don't know why they would convert the DP from the dock to lvds since there are good edp panels already, but it's probably possible.
Also, the most recent Sharp panels (like the W11 I mentionned) aren't listed on panelook, so it's hard to get the specs or list available panels for those. They made a W02 of the panel you mentioned according to this pdf but it's still 310.6mm wide, won't fit.
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