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    Asus's reply to the question about the touchscreen surface material was only as follows:

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    Owens-Corning published that the Asus TF-101 has Gorilla Glass. It's actually more difficult to find out what's on an iPad vs most other devices.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FloatingFatMan View Post
    That's just Microsoft's standard Home Use Program, available to ANY Microsoft partner. I have a few copies myself through it, no biggy.
    The price tag compared to retail was a HUGE BIGGIE (difference).
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    Quote Originally Posted by artp209 View Post
    Asus's reply to the question about the touchscreen surface material was only as follows:

    screen.JPG

    Owens-Corning published that the Asus TF-101 has Gorilla Glass. It's actually more difficult to find out what's on an iPad vs most other devices.
    IPS is used for high-end solutions
    From the Hydis site:

    Currently, there are four competing LCD technologies in the market using liquid crystals
    TN+Film, VA, IPS, and FFS. Today, LCD screens are used in all aspects of our daily life.

    Known for: high color stability, simple process
    OWNER OF ASUS 64GB T100TA w/128GB microSD, and now running Windows 10

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    I'm so glad Asus used an IPS panel on the T100. I had an earlier, really inexpensive Asus netbook that had a TN panel and they are just nasty. They get the job done but the blacks are grey and when you move the screen or your head even a little bit the color changes, everything looks kind of washed out. The difference between IPS and TN is pretty vast.

 

 
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