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A major milestone in screen resolution sizes has been passed according to independent web analytics company, StatCounter. The company's research arm, StatCounter Global Stats reports that for the first time 1366x768 has become the most popular screen resolution worldwide, having overtaken 1024x768.

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Probably due to all the laptops
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Probably due to all the laptops

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Only because of the over abundance of budget laptops and netbooks.
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Only because of the over abundance of budget laptops and netbooks.

Only because is still a valid reason.

Widescreen FTW!!
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Bet they'll be blown away when they see a 1920x1080.. I know I was when I transferred from living the life of a laptop user to a dedicated PC user. biggrin.gif It was so big! And she didn't say that
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I thought 1080 was the most popular.
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What a sad, sad day.

I'd much rather take 1280x1024 over 1366x768...the lack of vertical resolution is frown.gif









On an unrelated note, my current monitor has 3.51x the resolution compared to 1366x768 biggrin.gif
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Inferences on "worldwide." Developing nations like India and China will seriously lopside these statistics.
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Only because is still a valid reason.
Widescreen FTW!!

Good point.

And I would counter that in this case, the phrase "most common" is much more appropriate than "most popular." Popular implies choice among many options. That's rarely the case when you're trying to hit a certain price-point.
    
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