Since it's not made of cheese, I'm pretty sure a notebook is a real computer. It's a niche market to deal with resolution/graphics with portability. Unless you take your desktop with you everywhere you go, in which case I'm assuming that it must be a real PITA setting up at a coffee shop.You want great resolution / graphics, get a real computer.
+1You know, I've been a PC guy for sometime now and I suppose I'm at the stage where there's not much interest in having a shagging, money sucking machine anymore and prefer clean simplicity. Given the options out there, Apple's line is absolutely gorgeous and more then satisfies my style. So why not ?
PC market is dieing a slow death march - no matter what people are saying. Laptops, pads and smart phones are dominating the market now and I'm really starting to appreciate the Apple line. I don't own a laptop at this time but if this bird comes out in the Summer, I'm all over it so long as it has a decent graphic processor to boot.
I agree, for a laptop it a decent enough resolution, for a 17'' 1920x1080 is workable but for me it's the upper limit. Advancing in age and forced to wear glasses, I find that even 1920 x 1080 is tiring when you need to read stuff for a lengthy period of time.No thanks. My 1600 x 900 laptop display already makes text and icons small enough.