Do you use the 20" with your MacBook? I've been seriously considering one to go with my MB for some time but was concerned by what I mentioned in this thread when I hooked my MB up to a 20" external.stuartluff said:Mine is brilliant. Couldnt be happier. I bought my 20" 6 months after they first came out. I didnt know anyone had any problems with them? I certainly havent. I suggest you take the plunge you wont regret it.
I voted 9. Because of the matt screen when it gets dirty its a bit of a pain to clean with just a damp cloth. But I prefer Matt screen over glossy (i have MB with glossy).
It's something I hadn't considered but I value portability very highly. It's my main system too so I'd like to be able to come home and have a desktop by plugging it all in and yet have a portable machine for the road. It does travel a lot and I don't really need the extra stuff the MBP offers.stuartluff said:No its on my G5. Not sure about the MB problem though.
Just out of curiosity why would you want a monitor just for your MB? Couldnt you just put the 'monitor money' together with MB money and buy a 17" MBP?
So let me get this right.....Dreadnought said:For the one hour I had a 23" ACD hooked up to my G5, before I noticed this was the old model, definately a 10. Soooo bright, sooooo beautiful, sooooo perfect, but it wasn't the new version. So I'm still waiting to get my perfect new display....
Apple are advertising a particular specification for a particular price. They have a duty to supply a monitor that reaches that specification.^squirrel^ said:So let me get this right.....
If i dont get the new model i am within my rights to ask for the latest model?
The power button on the side can be programmed to simply turn off the monitor. Will that work for you?spicyapple said:I just wish Apple would make a physical power off switch, otherwise, a perfect 10.