For actual work I like 16:10, preferably at a resolution of 1920 x 1200 or greater and on a 24" display.
I find 1080p is really annoying for work, and I haven't updated my monitor for YEARS as a result.
I do a lot of "CAD stuff".
My personal preferences always seem to be in the minority. Why can't I just be normal?
Sounds like a sensible response from the judge.
But what is the long term solution here?
Maybe there needs to be a mechanism for disallowing "obvious" ideas to be patented.
But then there is the problem of defining what is "obvious".
There must be some pretty boring/bored patent lawyers out there.
I want a laptop with a 24" screen with resolution of 1920 x 1200 (NOT 1920 x 1080)
The 24" screen is going to make it a very large laptop. So be it.
Also, I want the keyboard to be as close to the user as possible.
And no built in mouse pad. I will always use a wireless mouse.
Why is what I want never available? I must be a freak?
I guess this is something that has probably been said a thousand times before, but,
If pirating stopped overnight, then surely open source would become the standard within months?
There's no way that pirates would suddenly start paying for software. And I mean NO WAY!
In a way, pirating is doing corporations a massive favour by indirectly stifling open source, yes?
Anyway, I love reading threads about this kind of topic, so I thought I should start to contribute:-)