Samsung Ativ Q: the new king ?

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    jnjroach Technology Strategist Super Moderator

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    Oh so the scaling is for external monitors, yeah I think I read that. But have the improved the scaling of desktop elements on the tablet itself in higher resolutions? I know you can adjust the DPI somewhat, but that's not a perfect solution in the least IMO. The surface Pro at 150% DPI looks pretty terrible IMO, and anything over 150% and you start to have issues with programs/buttons, etc. I could only imagine how badly the desktop will look on the Q with no scaling enhancements.
     
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    From the article above, this is imo the part that matters the most about scaling being so-so. You can trust some third party devs to screw things up with their own crappy UI design. Most will likely get their act together, but not all of them.
     
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    Yup, I can absolutely see Chrome still not scaling well. Chrome and Photoshop will most likely look ridiculous on that screen. Certain devs really need to get their acts together.
     
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