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>>>>> "Paul" == Paul D DeRocco <email@example.com> writes: Paul> I just got an IBM A31p laptop, which has a 1600x1200 LCD, and Paul> it's very impressive. ... Paul> I can't say who makes the display, so it's possible that you can Paul> find a cheaper computer by someone else that uses the same Paul> display, ... The display is probably made by IBM. Dell also uses them in their inspiron line. There is info on their prior 1600x1200 panel at: http://www-6.ibm.com/jp/oemj/lcd/itux97.html but I'm not fining a page about the newer panel. Perhaps it is not also an IBM. As a side not, dell offers both the ITUX97 and the newer 1600x1200 panel on their i8200; the cost difference is only $100 IIRC; the brightness and viewing angle of the newer panel as compared to the ITUX97 suggest strongly that it is the same panel as you have. To get the panel info: if on linux or bsd, try: grep -i 'panel id' /var/log/XFree86.0.log or on doze go to: Start Menu Programs Accessories System Tools System Information and look in that dialog for info on the display. That will specify the manufacturer and model number of the panel. -JimC - Turn off HTML mail features. Keep quoted material short. Use accurate subject lines. http://www.leben.com/lists for list instructions.