Originally Posted by Cory Bauer
Nice, thanks for the link. I'm planning to pick one of these up to accompany my 15" MacBook Pro for when I need to sit down and do some work.
Indeed, thank you very much for the link. I really enjoyed the discussion threads too.
All those folk going on and an about glossy and the connectors.... Well, if you don't want to buy one, why buy one? Nobody's making you and more to the point, since this monitor did not exist until now, you're not missing anything if you do not buy one, unless you are addicted to buying EVERYTHING new from Apple.
Well, I've been on the road to perdition since the original Mac came out in 1984, so I've bought just about all of them-- except the pizza boxes and the MacPro super-sizes. After all I'm really a Cube guy until I fell in love with the iMac 24" I'm now using. Since I have always fumbled with cables and such trying to use my Cinema Displays on another desk where I use them as a DVD screen with older models of macs, I find that one MBP ends up pretty much chained in place.
I'm not going to buy this one until I get my hands on one of the new MacBook Pros-- this one will have a Japanese keyboard, but not until the new year, but my wife only wishes that she had waited a month before buying the old model MacBook Air only to have these new ones come out...
Keep the comments coming, though, I'm looking forward to learning more about the LED displays in action.