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Display Diagonal

Indicates the distance between the upper left and bottom right-hand corners of the display, measured in inches. 

Smart phones    

In the case of smartphones, the current trend is towards larger displays. Such phones are ideal for web browsing, watching videos or playing games. However, such large displays also have their drawbacks, such as decreased portability and the need to use both hands when calling. Devices with displays between 5 and 7" are sometimes called "phablets" (phone + tablet).  

Tablets

Tablets with a diagonal of 6" to 7" are lightweight and portable, 8" to 10" tablets represent a good compromise between mobility and usability, while large 12" tablets are designed with work in mind.

Notebooks

Diagonal size is one of the key parameters when choosing a laptop. The most common size is 15.6".

Notebook display sizes:

  • 11.6" - for those who are constantly on the move
  • 13.3" - for travel and work in the office
  • 14" - for travel and work in the office
  • 15.6" - for office work, games and multimedia
  • 17.3" - for office work, games and multimedia
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