Dell Studio 15 1558 Thread

Discussion in 'Dell' started by dimodi, Mar 18, 2010.

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  1. m_bisson

    m_bisson Notebook Enthusiast

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    Makes a huge difference. My sister went with the 720p and i got the 1080p. Probably the most worthwhile upgrade they offer on that site. My eyes feel so much more relaxed after using my laptop than my desktop pc (old school monitor capped at 1280x1024).
     
  2. kgh00007

    kgh00007 Notebook Evangelist

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    I agree, the 1080p screen is the best upgrade offered for this laptop!
    Great screen and amazing viewing angles!!

    That, and the backlit keyboard are my two favorite things about my laptop:)
     
  3. Jako

    Jako Notebook Evangelist

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    I strongly disagree, for web browsing the 1080p is horrible, everything is too small and video on YouTube is so tiny you barely can see anything.
     
  4. kharma45

    kharma45 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Another thing I wish I had, a backlit keyboard. I probably should've went for the XPS but oh well.
     
  5. anodize

    anodize Notebook Deity

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    Self upgrade? :)
     
  6. budven

    budven Notebook Enthusiast

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    There is a very easy fix for this. Just rest two fingers on the track pad and move them apart and your web page will get bigger. You can also move your fingers together, like you are pinching something, to make the page smaller. I hope this helps.
     
  7. demon6

    demon6 Notebook Enthusiast

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    or you could increase your display dpi for a permanent soulution.
     
  8. budven

    budven Notebook Enthusiast

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    Using the expand or shrink method allows you to customize each web page to your liking and it remembers that size when you return to that page. Changing the dpi changes everything.
     
  9. kharma45

    kharma45 Notebook Enthusiast

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    Got any links to a guide to it? :)
     
  10. woofer00

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    That's extremely subjective. I find I can't fit enough info in 720p and constantly zoom out every page to read side by side.
     
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