Samsung screen displays 2560 x 1440 pixels in a 13-inch notebook
The Samsung Series 9 is a line of notebooks without ultrabooks, show a very slim and stylish design that the company says is a reflection of something sophisticated and stylish. Maybe it’s the high end in terms of design, and therefore seem to be the ones to receive the blessing of a High Definition WQHD screen, a way to compete with the MacBook Pro Retina Display .
Samsung technology, shown during the IFA 2012 event, allows a panel of 2560 x 1440 Pixels in 13-inch format, which offers higher density of points that Apple’s offering, which puts 15 inch 2880 x 1800 pixels. Yes, so far we know that this Series 9 is only a prototype and not a final product release date set for the consumer market, but the company is expected to be sold soon concrete, facing the imminent arrival of more portable with better resolution, in response to Apple.
As expected, there are no details of working with Microsoft to help the operating system to adapt to this new format, a problem that Apple had with his panel, but also resolved to be owners of Mac OS X, along with the commitment software developers to make their applications compatible as time passes.
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