Hey everyone, today I received my new laptop and have an question boggling my mind.
When comparing the newer version laptop with an older laptop (both are Sony Vaio S series) I can notice the pixels (the little squares) alot easier on the better and newer Vaio S series laptop. Both are at 1600x900 resolution so I am very stunned as to why that is. I also only notice these pixels (tiny squares) on lower resolution displays like the 1366x728 displays.
I also notice that the whites (eg. from the Google homepage) is better in the older Vaio than the new Vaio S series.
The only positive about the new Vaio S series is the colors are more vibrant.
More aboutnotice pixels help
If you lower the display resolution, the pixels spread out, making your desktop look very big, but at the same time more zoomed in.
But why do I notice the pixels on the newer version S series and not on the older version? Both are at 1600x900...