I don't agree... with the proper graphics setup, an 8k desktop environment at something like 80" in a wide format would be an amazing experience for productivity.... there are already tons of professions and enthusiasts that use 6+ monitors arranged in a grid to display lots of information or use many different applications. This just eliminates the bezels. People think it's all about the pixel density... this is more about stretching your screen without losing resolution. One huge curved 8k display would be my dream working in dispatch I have 2-5 websites, email, proprietary software, mileage program, and notes all crammed onto 3 1080p screens and I'm suffocating.
Its not like the OTA update is just waiting on everyone's phone. This entire article is based on the percentage of people with the newer phones. I have a Note 3 here, 2.3GHz 3GB RAM, Where's my Lollipop?
There is a radio button option right next to the comment field that lets you choose if the comment post on your facebook wall. So if you chose that I assume you're facebook friends wouldn't all be poking everything you comment on the internet about.
That would be way too logical... give us a
..... choice? what would we complain about then?
this happens every time developers try to be progressive. It's like why don't they just make it an option? or a simple UI plugin to change it back.
I built a custom hutch for my 3 23.6" ASUS 1080p LED Monitors (10,000,000:1 contrast) that's 70.8" diagonal screen real estate. 5760x1080 resolution. as you can see it's not a gaming rig, gaming is not very practical for multiple monitors. Multitasking is the real venture here and it's a great help with that. http://i1081.photobucket.com/albums/j353/rpretzel87/2010-10-18_16-22-56_579.jpg http://i1081.photobucket.com/albums/j353/rpretzel87/2010-10-07_09-10-58_10.jpg hard to see how thin they are but it looks like cardboard from the back because they're all http://i1081.photobucket.com/albums/j353/rpretzel87/2010-10-18_12-03-39_953.jpg