Hello guys! Passing by an Apple store, I was just wondering why is the Apple cinema display almost as thick as an Imac. I mean, It's just a screen! Why it cannot be as thin as the screen of any Mac book? Even some enormous LED tv are like 1-2 cm thin. why it can't be at least as thin as a closed mac book! How can it be justified? http://www.apple.com/macbook-pro/specs/13-and-15-inch/ http://www.apple.com/macbookair/specs.html http://www.apple.com/macbookair/specs.html https://discussions.apple.com/thread/3314484?start=0&tstart=0 The 2011 mac book pro is 2.41cm (0.95 inch) thick, the retina is 1.8cm (0.71 inch), and the air is 1.7cm (0.68 inch) at his thickest point. They got a screen, many ports, circuit board, plus all the stuff that the Apple display doesn't have. Yet, it is thicker. The cinema display is about 1.25 inch, 3 cm (Apple only give the depth size with the stand, which of course should not be considered). The thickest apple laptop is about 30% thinner, the air being almost 50% thinner... including all the stuff that a computer have and that I screen doesn't. Seriously, what's inside that can justify such a thick stuff? My brain just cannot compute the fact that a screen and a complete all in one desktop (the imac) are both as thick.