Desktop and notebook computers have improved in a lot of ways over the last decade: processors have gotten faster, storage capacities have soared, and so has the amount of memory. In one respect, though, there's been surprisingly little development for quite a long time. Although display resolutions have increased, they've climbed more slowly than have other metrics, and they've done so mostly only in proportion to the simultaneous increases in screen size. Pixel densities of desktop and notebook screens have largely stagnated — or at least, they had…

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