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DAT feel when a 13inch laptop has the highes resolution than any PC monitor.
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the high res screen will suck the battery.

Actually, quite the opposite...
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Actually, quite the opposite...

then tell us why? isn't more pixels = more power?
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then tell us why? isn't more pixels = more power?
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As an added advantage, the panel is promised to deliver "30 percent greater power-savings" compared to existing LCDs thanks to a reduction in the number of driver circuits as well as more efficient backlight units
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Actually, quite the opposite...

Don't know why you just left a reply that begs the question.
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Is this going to be completely plastic like 95% of Sammy's products?
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Odd resolution, will be intrigued to see one in person.
 
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then tell us why? isn't more pixels = more power?

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Don't know why you just left a reply that begs the question.

I spent years designing laptops and right now, at current resolutions, there's a plateau with how much power it costs to generate an image at that resolution.

The plateau isn't because of consumption but, mostly because 2560 is a hog mostly...Laptop designers aren't catering to the 2560 platform but, throwing parts together to create a platform. Does it work? Yes...Well? In some cases but, not as good as it could be.

From what I understand, Samsung has made modifications to their cards that allow this resolution to run without cost to the battery...Thus, it's size.

It's just a rumor at this point but, it wouldn't shock me if they actually pull it off thus I said, actually quite the opposite.

TV's are an example of this -- You'll notice some of the larger LCD's actually use less power then their smaller counterparts -- There's a lot that goes into this, a lot more then just the image projection but, the theory is sound that if you design an LCD from the ground up, it's typically much more power efficient then those that were just "slapped" together and this laptop, if rumors are worth a damned, will build on that theory.

We'll have to wait and see.
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Yay so we can all surf the internet with binoculars on our faces. 
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It's partly to do with how far away the screen is from your face. The further away it is, the lower the resolution can be and not be discernable. In the case of TV's, they give them 4k because of how big they are. I suppose it's better to say that it's based on how much of your field of view that the screen is taking up. You hold phones really close, so it's easy to see pixelation. Tablets are often lower ppi than phones, but they're further away from you, so it's harder to notice.
Exactly. As much as there is a demand for 4k PC Monitors, it wont make them as much money as the demand in other areas. Nowadays, it's not a huge market. Other than people who build their own systems, not many people buy monitors.

At 300 PPI doesn't matter the distance you stay away. Even whether you will stick the screen at your eyes you would not be able to distinguish any kind pf pixel on it . This is the limit for the human eye. Better PPI number would make sense only if you work with zooming, like photography for example. Anyway, it is still a huge gap for the big screens to reach that goal [300 ppi].
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