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Originally Posted by MartinS View Post
Cool. Thanks. I did use one for about a day just before Christmas (a refurb unit I had to send back) and didn't notice any problems, but I'm a cautious kinda guy when it comes to spending lots of money!

The store is down!
I know what you mean. Even on a 27" display, a resolution of 2560-by-1440 can make text sort of small with the default font sizes. But luckily (without changing the monitors resolution) you can adjust the default font size to something larger, and you can increase the size of text of Safari as well.

Since LCD displays have a single native resolution where they look best (if you change to other resolutions to make text larger, text & images will look a little "fuzzy").

The best idea (if you can)...is visit an Apple Store & "play" with one. Then you will know for sure if you will or ill not have any issues. Of course you have your previous experience as well using an iMac (not sure if that was a 27" one).

HTH,

- Nick

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