My main monitors are just about 100 (top-of-the-line trailing-edge
1600x1200), but I've used from 65 (huge low-res display some moron
bought scores of) to 220 (MacBook with Retina display, so basically
equivalent to 110 in normal mode) in recent years.
LCDs keep getting higher resolution.
On Fri, Jun 19, 2015 at 8:15 AM, Stuart Rogers
> Actually, that turns out not to be the case. If you measure the width and
> height of your display and divide your screen resolution by those numbers,
> you're more likely to get a number between 108 and 130 ppi. (My laptop is
> around 112 and my desktop is around 123.)
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