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Discussion in 'Systems' started by Krio, Mar 18, 2016.
Honestly I'd take the 980m and a non-touch 1080p display over the 970m touchscreen.
Non-touch but 4K, not a fan of 1080p displays.
I don't mind my current 1080p, but an upgrades an upgrade, plus kinda want to get in on this 4K bandwagon
Hard going back to 1080p once you have used anything better.
Oh well looks like I'll have to get a new monitor as well as a new laptop so
I mean we can all dream. Personally, I can't live without the touch but I would NOT buy it if it had 1080P display the 3200x1800 display on mine is just too gorgeous to give up. Also it is physically impossible for it to have a 980M. I'm pretty sure anyone would buy it if it had a 980M regardless of screen. It's is just not permitted by thermodynamics.
Do people really like touch screens? I find that most interfaces aren't touch friendly. And if they are... they aren't PC friendly. Just my observation. Additionally, the greasy finger prints all over my screen all the time drive me crazy. I'd just prefer not to touch my screen
I agree with the greasy fingerprints part. But then again I don't touch my blade regardless if I don't have clean hands not just the screen. Oh and scrolling on websites and flipboard is much better with a touchscreen, especially in bed.
I don't even like touching my iPad screen.
I have a Samsung Tab-S and I'm with you, I hate touching my screen. I have a really nice screen protector on it, and I am constantly polishing it with a soft cloth. lol
I don't own a Razer Blade yet, maybe someday, so I can't be in that lucky club ... but they're just not in my price range at this point.
The touch screen for the Blade has been discussed so many times. I myself, an owner of 2 generations of Razer Blade (2014 & 2015) which both has touch screen can say somehow it was helpful at times.
It doesn't affect the product that much in terms of performance or battery life. Don't touch the screen if you don't want.
But for me, I'm using my Blade for my photography work, and I can't be more thankful to the touchscreen capabilities as it eases out presentation. It does sometimes help also when I am doing work or just simply watching videos.
Last but not the least, It can also help you have a "backup" keyboard whenever your keys aren't working fine.
who needs touchscreen when you have a Razer mice in your hand?! I have a touchscreen laptop but I still prefer using my Razer Naga.
touchscreen is very confortable if you play hearstone xDD
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