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Lenovo E420s screen
The E420s's screen uses 'Infinity Glass' — that is, it stretches from one end to the other — and is very reflective. It is readable in direct sunlight, but judicious angling is recommended.
By the way, have a look at that battery gauge on the bottom right of the screen. It does give a good indication of how much juice is left, graphically speaking, but its estimates of remaining battery time are way off. This is another reason why I'd like to know whether integrated or discrete graphics are in use.
At least it's a chronic underestimator of remaining battery time, rather than promising what can't be delivered. I haven't done a lab test on battery life, but it easily manages five hours. Lenovo promises seven hours, and simple web surfing with a dimmed screen could probably achieve this.
Photo credit: David Meyer