Linked by Thom Holwerda on Tue 7th May 2013 13:38 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems News of the year in the technology industry. "The Fit's most important spec its display, with a nod to Sony's TV division: they come with 1600x900 or 1920x1080 touchscreens and nothing else. 'We're not going to offer 1366x768," reps said. 'We've killed that.'" This is Sony's new, simplified entry-level notebook line. Very, very welcome news in a world where even a supposedly "Pro" laptop that costs $1199 ships with... A 1280x800 resolution. This bottom-of-the-barrel crap needs to be eradicated, and good on Sony for taking this step.
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RE[5]: Sad news to me.
by _txf_ on Wed 8th May 2013 11:28 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: Sad news to me."
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Metro applications can indeed scale, and up their density to whatever the developer wants. Microsoft doesn't dictate clutter or sparseness, that's up to the developer.


I'm not complaining about possibilities, just what exists.

The plain matter is that most metro apps are very sparse.

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