- 11 Jan 2004
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No. Higher resolution on smaller screen is two steps better.
Gosh, are you saying that there is some magical new way to shop where people push buttons from the sanctity of their own favourite seat?The trouble is every retailer with face-to-face customer outlets is facing the same efficiency issues. Don't be surprised if they go the same way as Comet did at some point - the world is changing.
Gosh, are you saying that there is some magical new way to shop where people push buttons from the sanctity of their own favourite seat?
Blimey, no wonder retail outlets are forced to trim staff etc. Well spotted.
Surely not at poorer resolution - within reason.True but this is problematic if you intend on using CAD software of any kind. Broad plans and schematics are best displayed as large as possible.
Would there be that much noticeable difference in resolution between an 17inch and say 21 inch laptop screen?
.In the two examples given - yes.
It is the larger screen which has the poorer resolution.
Mine is 15.6 and 1920 x 1080 - if I reduce it to 1600x 900 I think it very poor - let alone making the screen bigger as well - that would be like the next resolution down as well