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Intel preparing very high resolution computers, super-dense notebooks, and more

Intel announces 11-inch Ultrabooks that would sport 2560x1440 displays, also teases 21-inch desktops

| Laptops News | Posted: Apr 13, 2012 10:29 am

Intel is in their element at their Intel Developer Forum (IDF) where they've made predictions to the long-term future of computer displays. Excitement... building... A presentation caught by Liliputing saw "Rich Displays" with some super-high resolutions becoming mainstream from 2013 onward. Intel have said that they wouldn't just hit smartphones or tablets, but it would also reach the smallest notebooks, to the smaller all-in-one desktops.

 

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This includes 11-inch Ultrabooks sporting 2560x1440 displays, right up to 21-inch desktops with 3840x2160 screens. Yes, how great is that! Intel also expects "halo" 15-inch notebooks with the same 3840x2160 output, which should provide us with a "Retina Display-like" effect. Pixels will be much harder to see on a 3840x2160 resolution screen, much harder.

 

Intel also wants high color ranges, wider viewing angles, better power efficiency, and thinner overall screens. They also want Windows 8 Ultrabooks to take advantage of touchscreens. Intel, I agree, and I look forward to throwing more money at technology because I'm a resolution hoe.

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