I've read conflicting information about if the T440 non-s, non-p version supports FullHD panels or not, including backlight adjustments using buttons.
Can someone confirm this?
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But I do find reports saying that the brightness buttons don't work under windows and reports which say they do.
Can I easily upgrade to a nicer Full HD screen of 1920x1080 ?
Would that screen suit a T460 without any modification:
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I would recommend you getting the AUO B140HAN01.2 since it has the nicer colors and gamut.
I did the procedure on a T440p and I only needed to swap the LCD panel, no need to buy additional cable. Also please make sure the battery is removed, in the case of the T440/T450 do first go to the BIOS and disable the internal battery, otherwise you will fry the motherboard I believe.
In regards to the brightness controls, for the T440/s/p models they work in Windows without issue. For T450/s you would get no way to control the brightness because of the way the LCD EDID is handled. In Linux brightness works fine without problem.
Supposedly there's a new driver from Intel that lets you control the brightness using 3rd Party Apps:
https://communities.intel.com/thread/25 ... 0&tstart=0
But I haven't tested it.
And on this thread there's different methods to enable brightness on a T450 fitted with aftermarket FullHD Panel.
http://forum.notebookreview.com/threads ... 01/page-28
T440p: Core i7-4710MQ|16GB RAM|Intel 200GB SSD| 14.1" AUO IPS FHD|Win 7 Pro|T450 Trackpad|Backlit keyboard|2nd Caddy
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