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If 2012 MacBook Pro features a retina display 2880x1800, will Apple LED Cinema Display (2010) support it up to 2500x1440 which is the highest possible on the display? Or will the graphics card fail? Will I have any problem connecting?

Thanks for any help

asked Jan 09 '12 at 12:03

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yea is would definitely work, although if you are considering getting one i would advise against it, you can get NEC monitors that are just as good and are a hell of a lot cheaper.

answered Jan 09 '12 at 12:36

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Brad Hodgkins

Where can you get those? On the NEC website I can only find a comparable 27" monitor for $1400.

(Jan 09 '12 at 15:32) sfrancis928 sfrancis928's gravatar image

do u mind 1920x1080p

(Jan 09 '12 at 17:38) Brad Hodgkins Brad%20Hodgkins's gravatar image

Well I guess that's the main question. For such a large display I'd like to have more ppi. But I'm personally not looking to buy one right now anyway.

(Jan 09 '12 at 17:49) sfrancis928 sfrancis928's gravatar image
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