Need high resolution laptop  1600x1200 (UXGA) or larger.

Posted on 2006-04-27
Last Modified: 2012-06-27
Ok, here are my needs for a laptop, I don't have time to do the reasearch and price comparison's so I thought I'd ask here.  I am an online poker player.  I frequently have 4-10 tables/windows open which I am playing at or observing.  Each table window is 800x600 pixels.  On a 1600x1200 display I can have 4 tables open and fully viewable at one time.

1.  1600x1200 (UXGA) or larger resolution, each dimension needs to be equal to or greater than 1600x1200.
2.  Ability to hook up to at least 2 external monitors.
3.  Since I have so much running at one time I need at least 2 GHz processor and a Gig of RAM.
4.  I'd like to spend under $2,000 but it costs what it costs.

If anyone can find specific models that meet these requirments that would be great.
Question by:McBluffin
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    Doesn't quite meet your $2000 target, but this has a 1920 x 1200 display:

    ... and an external monitor output.   As for hooking up "at least 2 external monitors", the best way to do that with a laptop is probably this:
    (You can buy it here:

    Or you could wait a bit for this:
    (not yet available, but should be in the very near future)
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    McBluffin -- what did you decide to buy ??

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    google for 'sager'

    you can find what you are looking for. it's a boutique notebook manufacturer that has options exactly like what you're looking for. Just customize as necessary.

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