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Comment Re:Great... BUT (Score 1) 333

High res panels for monitors aren't too hard to come across, and getting an Achieva / catleap / shiimian (sp?) will get you the same panel as an Apple Cinema display at 1/3rd of the cost.

As for laptop screens, Asus Zenbook UX31A with the 1080p IPS screen even though it is glossy :(, or the 900p _matte_ PLS screen in Samsung Series 9 13" are the standard to beat for me.

Comment Great... BUT (Score 1) 333

AMOLED screens are where the future is. Samsung saw this, and invested £££/$$$ into it many years ago, and are now in a position to reap the benefits of it.

Although Super LCD 2 panels look really nice too (HTC One X. I'd say it beats the "retina" display in iPhone4/S)

Comment Re:How about (Score 4, Informative) 151

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Comment Wonder how iPhone idiots will react to this? (Score 5, Funny) 162

Here's their reaction to Instagram on android:

More here:!/AndroidAGram

And my personal favourites:

The Bad Guy @DamnLes
Apple needs to stop whoever is converting their programs.. Now android have temple run and instagram.. its not special to have an iphone

Michael @Periphereality
@DamnLes I agree they need to stop the guy who keeps converting the iPhone apps! It should be illegal isn't it against copywright?!1

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