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Linus Torvalds Advocates For 2560×1600 Standard Laptop Displays

October 31st, 2012 10:55 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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beeudoublez points out a Google+ post by Linus Torvalds arguing that today’s standard laptop display resolution is unreasonably low. He said, “…with even a $399 tablet doing 2560×1600 pixel displays, can we please just make that the new standard laptop resolution? Even at 11″? Please. Stop with the ‘retina’ crap, just call it ‘reasonable resolution.’ The fact that laptops stagnated ten years ago (and even regressed, in many cases) at around half that in both directions is just sad. I still don’t want big luggable laptops, but that 1366×768 is so last century.”

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