Originally Posted by Mike Fix
I hope a matte version of the new display will be available. Glossy isn't an option for me...
To constantly have to adjust the angle, to avoid reflections, on iMacs or laptops! - that's annoying! Apple finally gives the non-glossy, anti-glare option on MBPs, so, why not extend that to iMacs larger Monitors! Charge $50 for it, if they have to, and I bet a lot of people will spend that extra $50.
If Apple loses sales to Dell, or other competitors, because of lack of non-glossy, anti-glare option on the big screens, that would be silly!
I also wish that non-glossy, anti-glare option was available on iPhones and iPads!
The whole glossy thing look nice in ads, but when one starts use it, and has a chance to compare, I bet most people will choose non-glossy, anti-glare option, or at least half! So why not make that other half happy?
Sorry, I know that topic has been discussed quite a bit, but still, it's hard to avoid it, when they start talking about new screens! I don't want to see Apple lose business to their competitors because of lack of this non-glossy, anti-glare option! And, why not listen to its customers on this?!
Meanwhile, I am eagerly awaiting the next iPhone and MBP 17, matter screen! When both are available, I will be upgrading my PB G4 1.67...