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Sony VAIO BX540 Review

Posted on Saturday, September 16 2006 @ 00:30:58 CEST by LSDsmurf

The notebook comes with a non-widescreen 14.1" 1024 x 768 resolution screen. The renowned Sony XBRITE-ECO is a nice screen; very bright and crisp. The difference between the XBRITE and XBRITE-ECO are: the XBRITE has two backlights, while the XBRITE-ECO has only one. The LCD is glossy and reflective. I did notice that whites on the LCD had a pinkish cast when viewed from an angle. I would have preferred a higher resolution screen, especially coming from my old Dell's 1600 x 1200 15" LCD, but the color reproduction and crispness of the screen is certainly impressive and a joy to use. Most of the time I set the screen to 7 out of 9 brightness because the highest setting is too bright for me..

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