I'm looking for a relatively high powered laptop for work that is capable of loading large maps with a glossy/reflective screen. My old laptop (HP Zbook) needs replacing, but most laptop specs don't seem to list the screen finish! A lot say 'anti-glare' which is not really what I am looking for.
If anyone has a model they can suggest or any insight I would very much appreciate it.
Thanks for the recommendation. The requirement for a glossy screen relates to an accessibility requirement for visual stress caused by the texture on matte or anti-glare screens. I looked up your model on google and came up with this image:
Thanks for the response. I love my Z-book but it's very old and overdue replacement with components regularly failing after many years of good use. When I ordered a newer version it came with a matte screen and the HP technicians on the phone were not overly helpful. I did wonder about touch-screen, so that is an interesting consideration.
(I also know that there are plenty of people out there who prefer not to have a glossy reflective screen so I can't believe it's not something they include on online specs!)
The accessibility requirement is linked to visual stress caused by Irlen Syndrome. It seems counter-intuitive that something reflective would be the solution, but that's the only way I have found to stop headaches when focussing on screen and keep my reading speed up to norm.