Notebook, Tower PC, All-in-one - what is your hardware ?

Started Mar 27, 2013 | Discussions thread
OP jubilatu Contributing Member • Posts: 575
Re: Notebook, Tower PC, All-in-one - what is your hardware ?

BJN wrote:

My ultrabook is pretty quick but my tower kills it. If a notebook is powerful enough for you, you could set up a work area with a decent large display.

I guess that "work area" is a good term for putting my thoughts in order. The thing is that i have a desk job and after 4-10 hours of sitting i feel the need of an arm-chair or bed or just lying on the floor with the laptop on my belly. But i could do that in my "work area" - that change my perspective - thank you.

Eric Carlson wrote:

Jim Cockfield wrote:

Be careful, as most laptops will not support anything higher than 1920x1200 via HDMI or VGA connections.

Yes, i found notebooks that will do 2550x1440.

The problem is that more i read about contrast and 67%sRGB and so on, the more i realize that working  the same image on a notebook screen AND on a real monitor is not a good idea because the IQ differences between the 2 displays.

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