be16d7bf77 I was looking at a very similar laptop to your desired purchase a couple of months ago, and I ended up grabbing the 17" dv7t. However raven asked a very good question, you really should go instore and try some laptops at the above resolutions to get a good feel for what you are comfortable with.Click to expand. Search titles only Posted by Member: Separate names with a comma. Most of that paltry growth comes from the 2-in-1 category, a market that didn't exist four years ago, where about half of all laptops have high-res panels. If i turn down the game's res on a 1920x1080 screen would the blurring be worse than playing the game at 1366x768 native? I'd love any help! Which monitor is best for me?? JSkirt, Apr 26, 2011 #1 KillerBunny Notebook Evangelist Reputations: 207 Messages: 683 Likes Received: 0 Trophy Points: 30 This may be the wrong forum Also, it is the general consenus that it will look better if you maintain native resolution, but lower settings. Why 1366 Is a Joke Underneath the hood, any flat panel display is like a giant Lite-Brite, but instead of pegs, you have pixels. You could have a SSD + HDD, for example.
All Rights Reserved. Better heat dissipation too, for a good GPU. Better heat dissipation too, for a good GPU. Loading. .. HP Pavilion forum at Notebook Review DV6t, DV7t owners lounge #17 bryanW1995, Feb 3, 2012 matrixo Junior Member Joined: Feb 3, 2012 Messages: 14 Likes Received: 0 bryanW1995 said: ↑ I assume that you're looking at pavilions, right? I did a lot of research over at notebook review on mine, I'll give you a link for the pavilion thread there. As a bonus, you get decent fps even with weaker cards. i have a monitor an insignia its pretty good but its 720p.