Google May Be Developing Hi-Res Chromebook In-House

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Cool

When Apple released that whole "Retina display" I actually found that to be amazing. Having that insanely high resolution on a display makes a hell of a difference. No need for Antialiasing.

Calm down fanboys im not saying Apple invented this. Im just saying its an awesome feature and I think thats where we should be heading (faster).

Super high resolutions on monitors... mmmmm... the detail...color... mmm
 

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Just develop a ChromeTop already. Plug your phone into a Desktop Monitor and you have a ChromeTop where you can utilize your favorite Logitech or whatever keyboard/mice.
 

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[citation][nom]nukemaster[/nom]I think for computer work, I like it much better that way then the more wide screen 16:9 ratio.[/citation]
16:9 does feel somewhat awkward for most stuff aside from video. I'm using one in portrait mode for reading/coding, takes a while to get used to having almost two pages worth of stuff vertically. 16:10 isn't a whole lot different but it usually looks like a more natural fit for conventional desktop applications.

2560x1700 is roughly 3:2... 16:10.6, so slightly square-er than 16:10 still.
 

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"full touchscreen display with a 2560 x 1700"

How much longer until regular PC monitors will go beyond the 1920x1080 limit ?

I used for years a 1600x1200 screen.
Now with 1080 lines and Win 7 taskbar I can no longer hide I lost a lot of real estate. That may be ok for games, but not for Photo and Video editing.
 
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