1. Yue Ling's Avatar
    Why do someone hate 1366x768 when it have no display problems and look normal on a 15.6"?
    12-27-2018 06:42 AM
  2. beman39's Avatar
    because it's so 1980's.... 1080p FTW... but seriously 1080p is sooo much better and crisper and easier on the eyes... now 4k is just way too small on a laptop... then you gotta mess with the cleartype ect ect
    12-27-2018 10:09 PM
  3. Yue Ling's Avatar
    because it's so 1980's.... 1080p FTW... but seriously 1080p is sooo much better and crisper and easier on the eyes... now 4k is just way too small on a laptop... then you gotta mess with the cleartype ect ect
    I do know about ClearType.

    1366x768 didn't exist in 1980s and even in that time, widescreen and 16:9 aspect ratio didn't exist. Laptops exist in 90s and it used normal resolution depend on inches. 1360/1366x768 exist in 2007.

    If normal monitors resolution is depend on inches, then why shouldn't 15.6" laptops be? 1366x768 display look like normal monitors at no doubts. Also, old applications look too small and awful in 1080p laptops (especially SQL Server Management Studio https://www.hanselman.com/blog/Livin...BePainful.aspx).

    If you need full HD (1366x768 is already HD but not full) or 4K video editing, get 1080p or 4K laptop but for normal work, you only need 1366x768 (standard resolution of 15.6" monitors and laptops commonly)
    12-28-2018 07:08 AM
  4. skstrials's Avatar
    I would be fine to have 768p if I just gamed or watched videos only.

    As soon as I am doing productivity task, I would want a 1080p screen at least to be able to multitask.

    With more pixels, you can fit more stuff on the screen.
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    01-05-2019 01:31 PM
  5. Yue Ling's Avatar
    I would be fine to have 768p if I just gamed or watched videos only.

    As soon as I am doing productivity task, I would want a 1080p screen at least to be able to multitask.

    With more pixels, you can fit more stuff on the screen.
    In 1366x768, you can already multitask. 1920x1080 on a 15.6" with 125% scaling doesn't have much different.
    01-06-2019 06:23 AM
  6. Yue Ling's Avatar
    I would be fine to have 768p if I just gamed or watched videos only.

    As soon as I am doing productivity task, I would want a 1080p screen at least to be able to multitask.

    With more pixels, you can fit more stuff on the screen.
    Text in 1080p on a 15.6" look sharp, 1366x768 one look smooth.
    01-06-2019 06:27 AM

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