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Tired of notebooks with 1366 x 768 pixel displays? There are a growing number of laptops with higher-resolution screens. While they usually also carry higher prices, the difference is getting smaller all the time.

Asus Zenbook UX31

Today’s daily deals roundup includes a few ultrabooks with high resolution displays including Asus Zenbook UX31 and Samsung Series 9 models with 1600 x 900 pixel displays and an Acer Aspire S7 with a 1920 x 1080 pixel screen.

Note that the first two have Intel’s second-generation Core processors while the latter has a third-generation chip with more powerful graphics. It’s also the priciest of the bunch.

You can find more bargains in our daily deals section.

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2 replies on “Deals of the Day (4-03-2013)”

  1. Exactly, I’ve been running my laptop at 130% dpi for years and I get better text than I would with a lower resolution display of the same area. I paid more, I get more. Is that anything wrong with that?

  2. Yeah, right. And then run them at 125% or 140% DPI settings so you can read text on them at all. I guess there’s a sucker born every minute. Can you say “desperate to find a way to keep price per unit high?”

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