April 22nd, 2012, 01:40 PM
How can I get 2560 x 1600 out of a laptop?
I have a new monitor (2560 x 1600) but my Sony Z will only go up to 2048 x 1280 and the newest most expensive Sony will only go up to 2048 x 1280.
I am willing to replace my laptop if I have to (just don't want a desktop)...
Thanks in advance!
April 22nd, 2012, 01:57 PM
Last edited by SpywareDr; April 22nd, 2012 at 02:17 PM.
April 22nd, 2012, 02:24 PM
Thank you for your reply. I was really excited until I read Maximum 2048 x 1535 resolution...
April 22nd, 2012, 02:39 PM
Design your own Clevo P270WM 3D Gaming Laptop with at least the GeForce GTX 675M and it should be able to handle up to 2560x1600
Super High-Res Displays May Come to Ultrabooks and MacBooks in Early 2012
By Melanie Pinola, PCWorld Dec 14, 2011 1:39 PM
Apple Developing High Resolution MacBook Pro Display?
Apple, Acer, and Asus are reportedly working on producing laptops with ultra high-res displays for the first half of 2012. In the case of the MacBook Pro lineup, the displays may feature an unprecedented 2880 by 1800
Another source, however, VR Zone, earlier predicted that Ultrabooks will get "retina" quality displays with resolutions as high as 2560 by 1440
pixels, so it's unclear exactly what resolution Ultrabooks will be next year. But all signs point favorably to more pixels.
Jon Martindale - 15 December, 2011
Here you go ...
Apple has begun developing a MacBook Pro version of its high resolution retina display, though this one will bump resolutions to an impressive 2880x1800
The new super high-res displays will be available some time in mid 2012 Digitimes reports.
Intel: super-dense notebook, desktop displays common by 2013
updated 09:05 am EDT, Thu April 12, 2012
Intel braces for very high resolution computers
Intel's Developer Forum in Beijing has seen the company make predictions as to the long-term future of computer displays. A presentation
caught by Liliputing saw "Rich Displays" with very high resolutions likely becoming mainstream from 2013 onwards. These wouldn't just exist in smartphones or tablets, Intel said, but would extend even from the smallest ultrabooks through to at least smaller all-in-one desktops.
These would include 11-inch ultrabooks at 2560x1440
through to 21-inch desktops with 3840x2160 screens.
Intel also expected "halo" 15-inch notebooks with the same
3840x2160output, [ ] which would create a Retina Display-like effect
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