08-01-2012 03:45 PM - edited 08-01-2012 04:08 PM
I am planning on buying a X201t - 3113-EV3, and I wonder if there is a way to determine which screen it is equiped with.
From Lenovos support pages i get this info when I enter the type nr:
i7-640LM(2.13GHz) 4GB RAM 320GB 7200rpm HD 12.1in 1280x800 LCD Intel HD Graphics Intel 802.11bgn wireless WWAN Bluetooth Modem 1Gb Ethernet UltraNav Secure Chip Fingerprint reader 8c Li-Ion Win7 Pro 32
And according to thinkwiki there is three different kind of screens to choose from:
I also tried searching ltwbook.pdf for the model, but I did not find this particular model. I found 3113, but not 3113-EV3.
Is there a way?
PS. I noticed I have posted this in the wrong section...
08-01-2012 07:07 PM - edited 08-01-2012 08:02 PM
We will need more info like serial number to confirm. Since Lenovo determines machine by it's MTM and serial, for 3113-EV3,
3113 means the model of motherboard, X201 Tablet for your case
EV3 determines the spec, OS, region, warranty etc
PSREF only list US models so it would not show up if it's not built for US.
3113EV3 should comes with 13N7297 which is 400nits unit.
BUT i've seen same MTM with different panel due to different manufacture date, so if you are after one machine, please contact local lenovo with the serial number from shop. If you consider purchase one lot of machines, please kindly raise your concern to your sales channel, let them check for you.
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08-02-2012 01:17 AM
Perhaps you could ask the seller to download a copy of Entech Taiwan's Monitor Asset Manager and report the results back to you. While that won't necessarily give you Lenovo's part number for the screen, it will give you information about the make and model of the installed LCD panel, and typing that into your favorite search engine (or even eBay) will usually bring up web pages that do give Lenovo's part number.
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