- Oct 27, 2007
Hello im new here so sory if this post has ben posted, just whan to ask what do you like mot Glossy screen or Mate? and why?
My experience almost exactly. I had to use a Macbook for nearly a year and when it finally came time to get my MBP I chose glossy. I'm a convert.I hated the idea of glossy, but when faced with no choice when I had to get a new Macbook or a dell, I got glossy. I love it.
I think it is mostly due to the glossy making colours brighter & more vibrant than they actually are, so for professional users this is a problem. It would depend on what you are using Ps for, but I would think unless it was for printing type stuff etc it wouldn't be too much of a problem. (Someone else could prob give a more precise answer but I think you get the gist)but i heard that pro users like artist don't like the glossy screan why? becose the colors are not natural? is this a big deal becose im gona use photoshop and so on
Why do people care so much about posting questions again and again. You don't have to read them. Or post to them for that matter...Sometimes we can't find what we want. What's the difference...
Ridiculous. The screen coating does not affect the panel's viewing angle.Matte for me. With glossy, the viewing angle of the LCD was ruined on the MacBook, and it makes watching dark scenes in movies pretty bad. So when I sold my MB and got this MBP, I choose matte. The viewing angle is much better, and movies actually look much better as well.
Don't call me ridiculous. I know what I saw.Ridiculous. The screen coating does not affect the panel's viewing angle.
Its just the crappy screen on MacBook, not because it has glossy coating. I assure you, even if it was matte, the viewing angle would still be at the same low level.
MacBook Pro's screen is just better and has greater viewing angle.
Good morning Hope you've realized by now that MacBook's screen has worst viewing angles. Even worse than your iBook has.Don't call me ridiculous. I know what I saw.
I used to own an iBook G3, the screen has a better viewing angle than the MacBook's. You telling me that a 2006 MacBook's screen is worse than the iBook, circa 2003?