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Fujitsu Intros Ultrabook with 3200 x 1800 Display, More

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October 9, 2013 5:47:34 PM

I think its great that companies are upping the resolution on their displays like this, I really enjoy a crisp, sharp and clear image on the display, makes a huge difference in the user experience.
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October 9, 2013 5:49:36 PM

I think its great that companies are upping the resolution on their displays like this, I really enjoy a crisp, sharp and clear image on the display, makes a huge difference in the user experience.
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October 9, 2013 6:11:51 PM

^too much (but i'd love one)
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October 9, 2013 7:15:15 PM

Please make decently priced!!
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October 10, 2013 1:50:29 AM

Why are these companies forgetting about desktop monitors, those are the displays that benefit the most from better resolutions. eg you are more likely to do video editing or photo editing on a desktop, and having a high res display means you can work more accurately without having to constantly adjust the zoom.

or have more screenspace for a better layout of applications such as photohshop and adobe aftereffects.
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October 10, 2013 1:55:32 AM

One word >>>>>>MONITORS<<<<<<<
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October 10, 2013 2:32:06 AM

razor512, x2ruff4u,
One word 4k. But there is the price. And also very often it will be judged by gaming experience and we still lack the proper horsepower to game on 4k. Wait till 4ks drop in price and next to next gen of gpus. Probably a couple of years.
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October 10, 2013 4:15:24 AM

OMG! This thing has a built in camera and mic! The NSA will be watching you every time you use this PC. OMG! There's no way I'd buy something that has a camera that can watch me every time I use my laptop! (Just making fun of the anti-Kinect people out there using laptops, phones and tablets with built-in cameras but paranoid about a game console with a camera).

Now to my real point. I have a 15.4" 1920x1200 screen on one of my laptops. The default font size is at the edge of legibility at this resolution/screen size. And if you adjust the font size, even secondary displays are affected by the font-size adjustment (when you don't need them to be) plus the text is noticeably blurry on both screens because it's zoomed. An 18" would seem more appropriate for 1920x1200 on a laptop. Now 3200x1800? That would seem nice on a 27" or 30" all in one.
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October 10, 2013 10:34:46 AM

I am so tired of this market-babble - "features a 14 inch IGZO "frameless" screen ".

Frameless my fanny. Just because plastic or metal doesn't cover the front of the screen doesn't mean it is frameless. There's still that broad black swath around the whole thing.

Of course it doesn't really matter with a laptop/ultrabook. I simply want three 23" monitors with absolutely minimal frames for my desktop displays.
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October 11, 2013 12:57:46 AM

Now we only need nVidia and AMD to step up their game to fill resolutions like those well enought in modern gaming. At least they have a reason to start improving their hardware instead of renaming previous gear.
Now with the new consoles... who knows, perhaps we will finally se some graphic improvment good enought that people will no longer be saying "but can it play crysis?".

... Who am i kidding, we probbly gonna get more of the same bull.
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