Linked by Thom Holwerda on Fri 31st May 2013 23:00 UTC
Hardware, Embedded Systems "Asus has just announced the cure for the common 20-something-inch 1080p display: a small TV-sized 31.5-inch monitor with a massive resolution of 3840x2160. Engadget reports that the Asus PQ321 display, which uses IGZO technology to reduce energy usage and thickness, includes DisplayPort and dual-HDMI input, integrated speakers, and an adjustable stand." The dread of 1366 and 1080p is being removed. Finally.
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RE[5]: IMO, this solves nothing.
by Alfman on Sat 1st Jun 2013 07:28 UTC in reply to "RE[4]: IMO, this solves nothing."
Alfman
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Kochise,

"BTW, try the portrait orientation, one of my screen is in portrait mode to display Total Commander, PDF, MSDN or some source code."

I frequently would like more vertical space for editing, but I'm not sure if a 9:16 orientation could be overshooting a bit ;) Alas I don't have a rotatable screen, and haven't tried it, but it's a fair point.



"Mais work is on the 23" because large enough and can put two columns side by side : diff, debug with watches, etc..."

Yes, IDEs are a great example. Assuming you have an MDI-style interface or multi-window workflow, I can see the value. This is how I try to make use of my widescreen as well in the software that's flexible enough to allow moving controls to the sides.


My widescreen laptop is too small to open up two windows side by side, so the extra width is usually wasted on full screen apps. So while more pixels are helpful, they're just in the wrong direction.

Edited 2013-06-01 07:33 UTC

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