- The pixel density of high-end laptop displays.
- The panel thickness and bezel width of a laptop display.
I always want high-resolution monitors. It's 2004 and I don't care what size the display is, it had better do 133 pixels per inch (or "dpi") or better. That's 0.0075 inches per pixel or better.I don't want a 15" monitor that does 1024 x 768. I don't want a 17" monitor that does 1280 x 960. Those are for 2002. Must I remind you again that it's 2004?What I do want is surprisingly simple, and it's something that modern technology can accomplish with ease because it's done every time a laptop is built. I want desktop LCD monitors with:
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