I have a £170 Acer Chromebook with a rlly nice 1080p display
Meanwhile £200-500 Windows laptops almost all have 1366x728, which to me is an absolute joke
They can afford an Intel Core CPU, 8GB+ RAM, an SSD and sometimes a GTX, but not Full HD?
I was legitimately wondering why, because I just can't get my head round how in 2017 you can pick up cheap 1080p tablets for sub 100, 1080p chromebooks for sub 200, but as soon as it gets to Windows laptops, you have to sacrifice alot of spec or pay over 500 quid to get a decent screen?
It's a disgrace, unless there's a very valid reason for it