Dell offers two display options. The review unit arrived with the first option: a 1920x1200 sRGB display, offering pen and touch support. Dell also offers a 3840x2400 P3-D65 panel...Both feature bonded Corning Gorilla Glass 5 as well, for added durability. In addition, the displays feature a good anti-reflective coating, which is rated at 0.65% reflectivity. https://www.anandtech.com/show/15092/the-dell-xps-13-7390-2in1-review-the-ice-lake-cometh/5 Nice to see that Dell has quantified the reflectivity, but anandtech's report is careless copy-paste journalism. This wonderful anti-reflective coating. WHERE is it exactly? Corning claims their Gorilla Glass has it. Is that what you mean? If so, then the Spectre also has it, but HP just doesn't bother to mention the rating. Or is it really "in addition" to the coating on the Gorilla Glass? Anandtech's gushing article has some other glaring omissions. It fails to report the fact that the 2k display uses PWM (see notebookcheck), and it fails to report whether the 4k uses PWM. It also fails to comment on Dell's EyeSafe tech, which is supposed to reduce blue light while maintaining color accuracy. Hard to believe. How can that be? Dell's website on EyeSafe is pure BS.