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Big screens increase productivity

Posted on Sunday, October 15 2006 @ 03:12:54 CEST by

A study sponsored by Apple investigates how big displays affect worker productivity.
Pfeiffer looked at a range of computing tasks, from moving data between Microsoft Word and Excel files to image manipulation using Adobe Photoshop. In addition to studying the 30-in. LCD display from Apple, Pfeiffer also did the comparison using a 17-in. Samsung SyncMaster 172x LCD monitor. The Apple monitor has an optimal resolution of 2560 pixels by 1600 pixels, compared with 1280 pixels by 1024 pixels for the Samsung monitor.
Read it over at Yahoo.



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