When Apple launched its LED Cinema Display 27 “then renew with the inclusion of the connector Thunderbolt many thought would not be a product with a high level of sales due to price. To date sales may not be as flashy as the other products in the U.S. but the Apple Display Thunderbolt sales leads large-size screens for computer with a 26% market share.
This means that ahead of other manufacturers such as Dell or Samsung’s powerful LED screens and U.S. consumers prefer the Apple screen when looking for a monitor than 24 “. Moreover if we consider the inclusion of Thunderbolt port, iSight camera, speaker system and especially the option to upload your laptop Mac with the included cable to make it an ideal choice to get a real desk solution. And, as I said, the Thunderbolt Display is for me the real DockStation for Apple laptops.
Perhaps to many return to having a choice of 24 “as in the previous model LED Cinema Display or the old Apple Cinema Display 23″ would be ideal but I currently work on an iMac 27 “, I think that 27″ is an ideal size. And to think that when I bought my first 19 “a few years ago I thought it was beastly in size. If you are planning to purchase a display of these inches, with the same resolution I advise you to evaluate your purchase. Maybe the only thing you take back the brightness though that is to everyone’s taste.