Maybe you would, old timer, but I sorely miss the 1680x1050 screen on my Inspiron 6000. If a 15" notebook comes out at 1680x1050 or 1920x1200 then I'll be first in line to switch.Just out of curiosity, would it even be worth watching a 1080p movie on a 15" screen? Would you even notice the difference, unless you were right close to the screen?
The difference between standard and high definition video becomes less as the screen size gets smaller. When watching a good quality DVD on my 17" MBP from afar it looks more or less as good as watching a Hi-Def trailer. On my 50" TV though it's a completely different story.
If you wanted the same resolution as the high def 17" MBP on a 15" screen then you'd end up with a DPI of 150! That's insane. Text and icons can already get too small on my 17". With uncertainty over the Resolution Indepence features of Leopard, you'd need to get your glasses out for a 15"
Haha, I'm 25 and it looks like my eyes have had it.Maybe you would, old timer, but I sorely miss the 1680x1050 screen on my Inspiron 6000. If a 15" notebook comes out at 1680x1050 or 1920x1200 then I'll be first in line to switch.
Madness?Haha, I'm 25 and it looks like my eyes have had it.
I can understand the 1680x1050 on a 15" but surely 1920x1200 is just madness isn't it? I know everyone's eyesight is different but I can just imagine getting nothing but eye strain at the default text size for that combination of screen size and resolution.
Anyone used a 15" laptop with that kind of resolution?
Anyway, respect for your elders mate!
I hope it is, but I thought people were saying that Apple had dropped that feature or hadn't fully developed / activated it in Leopard?But in seriousness, if the OS is resolution independent like it people are saying it is ...