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Jul 11, 2010

I'm looking to purchase an external monitor (24" @ 1920x1080) for my MacBook Pro (13.3" @ 1280x800) but want the fonts to be larger on the external monitor (eyes aren't what they used to be). The MBP13 has about 113 pixels/inch whereas the monitor has about 92 pixels/inch so I believe the fonts will indeed be larger. Can anyone with a similar setup confirm this or offer any other useful info.

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Then to get an idea whether or not you're pleased with the font size try using your notebook at this setting for a few days.

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*** Keeping in mind it will look more sharp and crisp on the hi-res display.

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