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maciekskontakt said:I do not care about resolution at this point as I am not going to use magnifier for display content.
The increase in pixel density doesn't affect feature size but sharpness of the features. A 10 point font at 72 pixels per inch is rendered the same size as a 10 point font at 300 pixels per inch. One is difficult to read for long periods of time, the other is just fine for an afternoons reading. Similarly, not everyone's rods and cones have the same density on the retina. Nor even the same color perception as they may have different variants of the rod shifting their color perception. Some women even see more shades by virtue of having multiple varieties of cones for the "same" color. So higher density is a good thing, better color pallet is a good thing. Not everyone sees the same things the same way.maciekskontakt said:I do not care about resolution at this point as I am not going to use magnifier for display content.