Those who work with laptops in uncontrolled lighting environments know that glossy screens aren't fun to work with. Thankfully, Lenovo knows this and that's why ThinkPads all have matte screens. But sometimes just having a matte screen just isn't enough.
In addition to the new multitouch screen for the ThinkPad X200 Tablet, Lenovo is also giving it an optional "super bright" screen that's better for outdoors.
Lenovo says that the optional screen features a 400 nit screen, which is nearly as bright as the HP Radiance screen on the HP Envy 13, but the X200 features a matte coating with a 1.2-percent reflectivity and wide viewing angle.
ThinkPad X200 Tablet with the multitouch screen and outdoor screen currently sells for $1,704.
Yeah, but aviation equipment is expensive...
Father's old boss spent $15,000 on a pentium 3 and 512MB of DDR to use on his jet, just because it was certified (this was only a year or so ago...).
1000 nit screen and I would no longer need lightbulbs at night. =D
What about fingerprints? I know, I know, "don't touch the screen", but still...