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MacBook Pro - full HD display in the 15'' macbook pro??


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Hi all..

I wondered if anybody had an idea of when apple will put a full HD screen into the macbook pro 15''??..

I found a list of macbook pro upgrades since 2006, but it does not tell anything about future upgrades:

MacBook Pro - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
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Uh, well HD on the computer is simply a resolution limitation. 1920x1080 is 1080p/i. I don't think they ever will to be honest. Everything would be just be way too small to work on, granted you can increase icon/font size). But I think it would just increase the price that only a few people would want. The 17" can already support full HD.

Though, they might add when they start putting in Blu-ray drives by default.

In terms of capability, pretty much every Mac after the GeForce 8600M can handle full HD videos without any tearing or lag.

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Oh, so putting HD on a 13 inch would be out of the question for near future, based on size / not enough room for it to handle?

I'm pretty newb too and I also wanted to know if HD is a serious pricing monster and wouldn't be something apple would release before christmas.
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