And I'll be one of themmiles01110 said:And a word of warning: no doubt many users will post that "the glare on the glossy is a BIG negative." I have a glossy screen, and use it in high-light environments on a daily basis (including outside) and the glare is not bad enough to make me think twice about getting the glossy over the matte. I really like the glossy screen.
Not from my experiences, glossy screens very hard to clean. A friend of my tried cleaning his with a damp cloth and literally started wiping off the coating7on said:Glossy is easier to clean I've noticed.
But color work should be done with Matte. Though I'd rather use an external display for that work anyway.
Well, no offense...but that was really dumb of him. A cheap lint-free cloth you can pick up at your average camera store or computer store works very well. Don't put liquid on the glossy screen!daneoni said:Not from my experiences, glossy screens very hard to clean. A friend of my tried cleaning his with a damp cloth and literally started wiping off the coating
I didn't have a choice when I bought my MBP but if I had I would still have gone with matte. We have a Sony Vaio with a 13" glossy screen here which was bought at the same time as my MBP and the screen is terrible. It is *COVERED* in fingerprints. Every little touch leaves a big visible mark. My screen probably has marks on it too but I don't see them unless I really look for them. On the glossy screen they draw your eye to them.Chaywa said:Ok simple question:
I'm buying a Macbook Pro, do I get the glossy screen or the normal one? I do video, photo, web and some gaming what are the pluses and minuses of the different screen finishes?