ok, i tried lowering the reso.
what happens is the fonts in browser all becomes a distinct blur.it's definitely not as sharp as full res.
and other reso settings, the words become stretched.
the max reso seems to be the best settings but the fonts are way to small.
i just read cnet reviews on the 27inch.
All of these overactive whites and black blacks serve to make saturated colors in movies, photos, and graphics practically leap off the screen. Likewise, extremely light colors remain visible and defined. The 2707WFP has no gamut-mapping problems at these extremes. However, at various levels of saturation between the two extremes--the middle 55 percent or so--there are pockets of colors that the display can't reproduce properly. This display also has poor brightness uniformity: on a black screen, you can clearly see light emanating from three of the four corners. There's also various red and green color contamination visible in grayscale midtones, and lighter blues look positively purple
change your fonts to a larger size
again via right click your desktop
At the non-native resolutions the font WILL be blurry unless it's set at an integer fraction of the native resolution. Resampling with some sort of naive anti-aliasing at work - otherwise some of the lines will just remain single lines while others becomes double the width.
ok, i ordered my mac screen liao.
ortegalanguni, if it doesnt 'work', i slam dunk it down your throat.
Last edited by ortega; 4th May 2007 at 09:46 AM.
Its cheaper than renting lor... and u won't even feel the depreciation... best of all, u get new monitor every 30 days... and best best best of all... other lucky guys can get a lucky draw chance of owning a limited edition touch signature jeanie edition...
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