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    what is the horizontal and vertical dimensions of the 17inch and 20inch imac LCD?

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    17/20in viewable.

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    Funny that you never think about looking at manufacturer's site??

    http://www.apple.com/imac/specs.html

    These are the native resolution of the LCD:

    15-inch iMac is 1024x768

    17-inch iMac is 1440x900

    20-inch iMac is 1680x1050

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    "The iMac with the 15-inch flat-panel active-matrix LCD screen delivers nearly the same viewable area as most of those bulky 17-inch CRT displays"
    - Apple webbie

    mac measurements are very different. and the 15 inch has a wide aspect like the powerbooks. so is the 17 , 20.

    http://www.apple.com/imac/graphics.html <-- rough guage

    http://www.apple.com/imac/specs.html <-- specs at bottom on physical lenght

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    Quote Originally Posted by moos blues
    "The iMac with the 15-inch flat-panel active-matrix LCD screen delivers nearly the same viewable area as most of those bulky 17-inch CRT displays"
    - Apple webbie

    mac measurements are very different. and the 15 inch has a wide aspect like the powerbooks. so is the 17 , 20.

    http://www.apple.com/imac/graphics.html <-- rough guage

    http://www.apple.com/imac/specs.html <-- specs at bottom on physical lenght
    The 15" does not have a wide ratio... but the standard 4:3 ratio, 17" & 20" does have 16:10 wide ratio.

    15" PowerBook has a 3:2 ratio.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moos blues
    "The iMac with the 15-inch flat-panel active-matrix LCD screen delivers nearly the same viewable area as most of those bulky 17-inch CRT displays"
    - Apple webbie

    mac measurements are very different. and the 15 inch has a wide aspect like the powerbooks. so is the 17 , 20.

    http://www.apple.com/imac/graphics.html <-- rough guage

    http://www.apple.com/imac/specs.html <-- specs at bottom on physical lenght

    thanks for the 2nd website link.. i think i missed out on this page whilst surfing in apple.com.

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