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Apple Notebooks Apple's notebook computers including MacBook Pro, MacBook, MacBook Air, PowerBook, and iBook.

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hello All,
is there anyone who knows the brightness in cd/m of the powerbook's screen ?

for the 12", 15" and 17" models

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no one ?
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It's an Apple secret, they never post detailed specs for any of their LCDs.
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HAHAH the lcd's apple has on their powerbook's is a joke! The brightness is not bad but the resolition is so horrbible!!!
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I disagree with you all around. But anyway, this thread was about the brightness, not the resolution.

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Rrrrright. So you'd prefer a 1600x1200 resolution on a 12.1" screen? Don't forget the build-to-order magnifying glass accessory so you can read the screen!

I told you you were a whiner once already, your comment here just proves it.
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Rrrrright. So you'd prefer a 1600x1200 resolution on a 12.1" screen? Don't forget the build-to-order magnifying glass accessory so you can read the screen!

I told you you were a whiner once already, your comment here just proves it.
No i think the 12inch is great but the color is awful and the brightness is horrible..the 15inch is awful resoultion and same qith the 17inch u know how i know ill let u in a secret i own all three of them!
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"ill let u in a secret," no one cares
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It's an Apple secret, they never post detailed specs for any of their LCDs.
okay.
thanks all.
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have you an idea of the "Response time" (in ms) of the powerbook 15" & 17" 's screens ?

for example, the "Apple Cinema Display" have a Response Time of 16 ms
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have you an idea of the "Response time" (in ms) of the powerbook 15" & 17" 's screens ?

for example, the "Apple Cinema Display" have a Response Time of 16 ms
That isn't known either
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oh

thanks for your answer
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I think it would be better to contact Apple for the answer to those questions.

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yes, i will ask them a.s.a.p.
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I wasn't positive before, but now believe it is indeed LG.Phillips (http://www.lgphilips-lcd.com) that manufactures the LCDs for Apple.

You can goto their website and try to determine which model fits which display.
ie. model #LP121X04 seems to be the 12" PowerBook display (http://www.lgphilips-lcd.com/homeCon...prd300_j_e.jsp)
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