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We spoke with Max McDaniel, Applied Materials’ Chief Marketing Officer for Displays, to get a better perspective of the issue. This is typically enabled by telling your video drivers to rotate the display by 90′. That post appears to either be a group of people buying off Ebay or getting very shoddy merchandise. I picked one of the achieva shimians a couple months ago and thought it was a steal at 395. Sad thing is journalists keep using Apple’s definition of Retina display and it only applies to small portion of people. Average angular resolution (or should I say minimum separable visual acuity) of an eye is anywhere between 60 and 120 pixels per degree and more (more is better). One other funny thing – scientists at Japanese NHK proved average person can perceive quality even up to 310 pixels per degree. OR — journalists have read both sides of the debate, seen the experts discussing it, and have opted for the definition with common consensus behind it. What you should be doing is reading scientific papers on the subject of minimum separable acuity, relation between it and contrast and apparent realness of images with different angular resolutions. You can continue doing lazy job going with everyone else spreading half-truths or you can do genuine research and widen your horizons.
Phil Plait’s math is absolutely right but he magically assumes 1 arcminute is valid figure for minimum separable acuity for most of the people. Second, from what I can see, Soneira is using 0.5 arcminutes figure (angular resolution of 120 pixels per degree). And Soneira said it good – what’s the point of calling it Retina display if your calculations assume person has below average sight?
And this debate was illustrated perfectly at NAB this year when reviewers were standing 10 feet away from a 55″ 4K monitor and exclaiming about how it is just like looking through a window. I have a 17″ MackBook Pro from Late 2011, with all the upgrades, and I removed the DVD and installed an SSD in that bay with a cd-bay converter. I think even laptops have calmed down on the high resolutions, though, like desktop monitors. For the past 8 years, I’ve worked on laptops which had screens 1920 pixels wide at 15-point-something inches. I do 95% of my work either in the office, or in my home office, where I can easily hook up to large screens. Joel, this is a kind of private message, as I think private message is the chanel is such case.

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An elastic product is one where a small change in price has a significant impact on demand.
Incidentally, one workaround for low-res (100dpi) screens is to turn *off* antialiasing of fonts (except above 20pt). The screen may not look beautiful, but it will be crisp and easy to read without eye-strain.
At SID in Boston this year, LG gave a keynote talking about a large curved oled desktop display that was 4k that they were aiming for in the near future. Personally as a gamer I feel like monitors that are above 1080p would be a problem as it would require more power from your PC to render games at a higher resolution. Or you could simply run your games at a lower resolution, since high pixel density also allows for better scaling without visible artifacts.
In order to understand why desktop resolutions are stuck at the low end of the spectrum, we need to first acknowledge that higher PPI displays do exist.
There may be older products that offered higher resolutions, but even the top-end consumer products in the $2500-$3000 range are limited to 2560×1600 at 30 inches. Apple definition implies we all have angular resolution of 60 pixels per degree (1 arcminute per pixel). Especially when you can test your visual acuity on your display in 5 minutes – no need to guess anymore. There are web articles trying to explain what Retina display is and there are real scientific papers with real studies on this topic. What you’ll find on blogs and websites is usually simplification of science behind it, usually with many important information left out. Raymond Soneira, of DisplayMate, criticized Apple when it launched the iPhone 4, while Phil Plait, astronomer and scientist, wrote a counter-opinion (again, backed up with solid science) noting, among other things, that Soneira’s math assumed perfect human eyesight. When I tested it on iPhone (full brightness because separable acuity depends on contrast), NO ONE said it’s 12 inches. That figure was almost never used in real scientific papers regarding displays and pixel density. 100 PPI is not nearly enough because the text isn’t rendered to carefully align with the pixel grid. I think it will be the professional market that adopts something like this but I was encouraged to see that they wanted to innovate in the desktop space. I hope they have something sooner rather then later. The Disqus system has an occasional habit of randomly eating posts (I can see both of yours posted here).

The Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA) defines optimum viewing distance as between 20-40 inches (50-100cm) depending on display size.
Newegg stocks multiple 27-inch displays with a 2560×1440 resolution in the $850-$1600 range. I think my friend has an Alienware laptop, 15-inch screen, 1600×1200 res, or something like that. Usually they’re at least partially illegible even though the size of the page on the screen is actually larger than the real paper. At 108 PPI, that’s high enough to qualify as a Retina display at a nominal 32-inch (80cm) viewing distance. It’s possible that technologies like IGZO and OLED could spur manufacturers to offer new, ultra-premium options that combine higher resolutions with new display tech, but we honestly doubt it. I’m not disputing that people have purchased these and been very happy with what they got.
The reason phone screens are hi-dpi essentially goes to needing to render full web pages on them.
At that distance, my monitor would need to pack at least 107 PPI (pixels per inch) in order to qualify as a Retina display.
Panel costs can range from 50-75% of the total display price depending on resolution and size, and that’s where display manufacturers start running into trouble.
In a highly elastic market, any attempt to push higher resolutions drives up costs, which drives down demand.
As a result, it’s been more economical to push higher resolutions, 10-bit color, and a host of other niche features toward the professional market, where buyers who need them will pay top dollar. The degree of shift is proportional to both the size of the screen and the distance from the user, and it suggests that the largest panels will see precious little shift, if any. At an eight-foot viewing distance, the PPI required to qualify as a Retina display is just 36.25. Right now, the materially higher costs of production and the panel sizes themselves don’t favor much movement on this front.
The only displays that offer a higher PPI than that are the 27-inch options with 2560×1440 as a default resolution.
30-inch displays with a maximum resolution of 2560×1600 are fairly common, but also far more expensive.

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