I don't understand all the complaints about the resolution. 1366x768 is standard for 15" notebooks. It's not at all "low res." You won't notice any pixelation at that resolution on a 15" screen (I'm using one right now and it's quite smooth). It's a bit of an exaggeration to claim you'd see NO difference between 720p and 1080p on a 15" screen but honestly, the difference as it appears to the eye is minimal aside from the small icons and menu bars, which can be adjusted within Windows.
On that note, I don't believe I've ever seen a 1080p screen on a 15" notebook, with the exception of a few VERY expensive gaming laptops. Typically, the highest you'll see on a screen this size is 1600x900 and those laptops tend to cost over $1,000 and drain the battery faster (higher res screens use more power for those who aren't aware).
Also, to the "we had this resolution 15 years ago" crowd...no, we didn't. For one thing, widescreen wasn't standard then so, at best, you would have seen 1024x768 screens, not 1366x768 (although I'm pretty sure laptops didn't even have that in '96). Since these screens weren't as wide and were taller, those 768 horizontal lines would be stretched across a longer area, thus looking worse than a modern 1366x768 screen.