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MacBook Pro - does the 15" macbook pro have a better screen than the 13" macbook pro?


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Like the title says, is the screen on the aluminum 15" better than the 13" pro? I have a aluminum macbook pro 13" and when comparing it with my roomates 15" pro, his is brighter (both macbooks at full brightness). Is my screen defective?
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If you think there's something wrong with the screen, take it back to the Apple Store and let them have a look at it. The screens are supposed to be comparable in quality.

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well according to apple.com the 15 and 17 inch mbp's have "high resolution screens" which ARE a bit bettr than the 13 inch but just a bit. even when comparing the resolution specs the 15 and 17 inch are on top but to me it doesnt make much of a difference
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