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So 2560 x 1440 @ 24' will be my new standard in 2013. Mostly like wont be able to afford the Premium 3840 x 2160.

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mm.1920x1080 interlace 32 bit (8 bit color)suits me just fine!web cant accept 1080p anyway,i would like them instead to focus on making sure what we see in 1080i be it game or movie are has good looking has possible and sadly on that front we re very far from it!and having higher res wont fix this ,we ll just lag more instead.this is one reason i decided to adopt 1080i .maybe in 10 years google 1 gbés will be mainstream so we wont have bottleneck but for now ?1080i or 720p is the max we can use.now if people learned to adjust everything properly so we can have stream at 1080i or 720p to look has good has it is when pro do ,we ll be set!
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Originally Posted by dejanh View Post

While the statement I put in bold above is in principle true, I actually feel like I have to explain the definitions of high resolution and retina which have unfortunately become somewhat of a misnomer after Apple started marketing its "retina" displays.

Your "explanation" is overly complicated and incorrectly terms. The "resolution" is the amount of "desk space" the computer system display has through the various parts. The display may have a higher "native resolution" than the computer's "resolution", but that does not magically change anything other than causing warping if the difference in resolution is not divisible (800x600 displayed on a 1600x1200 panel looks acceptable versus 800x600 displayed on a 1280x800 panel).

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So 2560 x 1440 @ 24' will be my new standard in 2013. Mostly like wont be able to afford the Premium 3840 x 2160.

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By that image, I should be seeing such displays on notebooks this year... And considering that Clevo (Sager for those of you not in the know) and Alienware are refreshing their lines right now and don't appear to be going above 1920x1080, I'd likely consider that chart faulty.

I'd love a display with a native resolution of 3840x2160, as I'm sure there would be a way to disable the OS rendering expansion to give me more usable space.
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30" 4800 x 2700 !!!!

Awww YEAHHHHHHHH

Also give me 120fps or more and a nice IPS screen and you can just take my money!!
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30" 4800 x 2700 !!!!
Awww YEAHHHHHHHH
Also give me 120fps or more and a nice IPS screen and you can just take my money!!

I'm stoked for this as well.

The thing that worries me is the power to drive these displays though.
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Your "explanation" is overly complicated and incorrectly terms. The "resolution" is the amount of "desk space" the computer system display has through the various parts. The display may have a higher "native resolution" than the computer's "resolution", but that does not magically change anything other than causing warping if the difference in resolution is not divisible (800x600 displayed on a 1600x1200 panel looks acceptable versus 800x600 displayed on a 1280x800 panel).
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By that image, I should be seeing such displays on notebooks this year... And considering that Clevo (Sager for those of you not in the know) and Alienware are refreshing their lines right now and don't appear to be going above 1920x1080, I'd likely consider that chart faulty.
I'd love a display with a native resolution of 3840x2160, as I'm sure there would be a way to disable the OS rendering expansion to give me more usable space.
I'm not even going to respond to this. The first portion of your reply to my post makes no sense what so ever. I cannot even understand what you are saying...maybe by "warping" you mean that the image distorts when you try to display a lower resolution on a higher (native) resolution panel because of pixel scaling? Either way, what I talked about has nothing do with that. Let me try to put this in layman's terms for you so you will understand.

A (proportionally) physically small display that is physically outfitted with a "retina" style panel (that is a panel where the pixel density is so high that you cannot physically distinguish the individual pixels without a magnifying glass) is useless unless the display (read UI) scales appropriately to ensure that the content and material being displayed is actually usable. In other words, if you have an ultra-high resolution panel on a small physical screen (say 2560x1440 on a 14" screen) without UI scaling everything would display so small that you would not be able to use any of it.

Maybe this link will help you...

http://www.winsupersite.com/blog/supersite-blog-39/windows8/microsoft-talks-high-dpi-displays-windows-8-142639

Next time you decide to run your mouth and call someone out on supposedly being wrong, get your facts straight rolleyes.gif
Edited by dejanh - 4/19/12 at 4:38pm
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And I thought 1080p was a good resolution... we're moving forward!
    
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I'm disappointed that people are satisfied with the image quality of IPS displays...

I mean, I'd think more people on an enthusiast forum would be hyped over the prospect of OLED displays, or am I the only one that uses my PC in a dark environment?
 
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I'm disappointed that people are satisfied with the image quality of IPS displays...
I mean, I'd think more people on an enthusiast forum would be hyped over the prospect of OLED displays, or am I the only one that uses my PC in a dark environment?
I use a PLS panel and I quite like it. For everyday use the IQ is as close to perfect as I need it to be. If you doubt the IQ of IPS panels you should take a look at the professional grade NEC screens smile.gif
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I really don't need a higher DPI for my monitor, I wouldn't be able to notice the difference without getting stupidly close.

Can you legally drive without glasses? If yes, I think you'll be able to tell the difference pretty easily. If no, with your glasses on you should be able to tell the difference pretty easily.
I have good vision, but I still have to stand a long ways away from my monitor before I'm too far away to notice jaggies. To really max out my eyes I would need a monitor somewhere between 350 and 400 DPI (viewing from 3 feet away). A 300 DPI desktop monitor should still be beneficial for normal people. That said, no-one's talking about 300 DPI desktop hardware yet, so my plan is to go triple monitor and sit six feet away instead of three.

Yes, I will probably need to run top of the line cards in SLI for the rest of my life, but I'm ok with that.


EDIT: +1 on being excited for the LED displays as well.
Edited by ILoveHighDPI - 4/19/12 at 4:57pm
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