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technologist

 
Member Since: Mar 30, 2004
Location: USA
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Mac Specs: 12" Apple PowerBook G4 (1.5GHz)

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Originally Posted by mynameis
Yeah, my 14in PC laptop screen goes to 1400x1050, more pixels than even a 17in PB.
Wow! That's 125 PPI! I wish my eyes were as good as yours.

In case you're wondering:
12" iBook/PowerBook - 106 PPI default (highest of any current model)
14" iBook - 91 PPI default (lowest of any current model)
15" PowerBook - 101 PPI
17" PowerBook - 100 PPI (Same as 17" iMac)
20" Cinema - 99 PPI (Same as 20" iMac)
23" Cinema - 98 PPI

Apple shoots for ~100 PPI on all its displays.
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Originally Posted by Apple Computer, Inc.
After years of experience, Apple engineers have discovered the ideal resolution to display both sharp text and graphics a pixel density of about 100 pixels per inch (ppi).
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