I use a Panasonic Toughbook model cf-19. It's a bit expensive but it has a touch screen that you can see in sunlight.
My HP dv6 has an anti-glare screen which takes care of that problem. I know this is available on customized laptop models on hp.com, and I'm sure Dell offers something similar.
Anti-glare screens are not at all the same as daylight screens.
Perhaps then you could explain the difference rather than just telling the last poster they are wrong.
I looked into it. The screen of this particular toughbook can be viewed in direct sunlight which is a step up from the anti-glare that I have.
There's also quite a price difference.
No, they're not as good, but the price for a Toughbook is about 5-10 times that of a comparably equiped non-Toughbook.
A run-of-the-mill laptop with an anti-glare (matte) screen is a good middle ground. They cost little to no extra, but you have to hunt around for one.
I've got a Sony Vaio F-series with a matte screen for a killer price. The screen is readable outdoors, but it's not perfect. But for $700 with an i7 processor, you take what you can get!
I have an matte screen protector on mine and can see in the sun, toshiba L670
the standard screen was hard to read, matte protector made it easy.
Also a shoud can make it easier to see. and easy to make with cardboard