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27" Thunderbolt

I am now officially envious

     
11:22 pm on Dec 2, 2011 (gmt 0)

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The 27inh Apple Thunderbolt Display looks and feels just like the 27in (non-Thunderbolt) Apple Cinema Display. Itís like a sawn-off 27in iMac. And like both these other products, the sheer visual quality of the screen is absolutely outstanding.

No really, the visuals are as perfect as Iíve seen on any pro-class display anywhere - ever. They are sharp, contrasty, easy on the eye, accurate. Tilting and swivelling the display on its perfectly smooth-moving stand causes no deterioration of what you see.


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Any Mac webmasters using one of these yet?
12:30 am on Dec 3, 2011 (gmt 0)

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I'm not (still have my 24" iMac), but I have a friend that has one. It's truly beautiful.
12:41 am on Dec 3, 2011 (gmt 0)

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What impressed me most is there is NO bad viewing angle on this screen. Really amazing. But it's not quite enough to make me change my personal machines.

I read this forum because I do work for clients who have Apples. I have to know something about Apple to help them. Most times there's no difference in what can be accomplished (as in "work") on either platform... but every-once-in-a-while... :)