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[* black] Probably one of the moreAnd the award for most noticeable paradigm shifts in Macs over the last thirty years is the display. Apple is known for its graphics capabilities, and the new Retina displayshift goes to: Mac displays. This enormous old CRT is a far cry from this old CRTthe graphics offered by today's ultra-thin Retina displays.
[* black] Bulky, heavy, and [http://computer.howstuffworks.com/question678.htm|full of lead|new_window=true], these old-school electron guns in vacuum tubes and their deflection coils were all the rage in the '80s.
[* black] Taking a peek at the back of the CRT reveals said electron guns and some deflection coils.
Totally tubular!
[* black] '''Culticon_note] Cult of Mac '''addsadds: The original Macintosh display was only 1-bit black & white, yet ushered in the revolutionary era of WYSIWYG[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WYSIWYG|WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get)Get)|new_window=true] graphics and desktop publishing.
[* black] Probably one of the moreAnd the award for most noticeable paradigm shifts in Macs over the last thirty years is the display. Apple is known for its graphics capabilities, and the new Retina displayshift goes to: Mac displays. This enormous old CRT is a far cry from this old CRTthe graphics offered by today's ultra-thin Retina displays.
[* black] Bulky, heavy, and [http://computer.howstuffworks.com/question678.htm|full of lead|new_window=true], these old-school electron guns in vacuum tubes and their deflection coils were all the rage in the '80s.
[* black] Taking a peek at the back of the CRT reveals said electron guns and some deflection coils.
Totally tubular!
[* black] '''Culticon_note] Cult of Mac '''addsadds: The original Macintosh display was only 1-bit black & white, yet ushered in the revolutionary era of WYSIWYG[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WYSIWYG|WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get)Get)|new_window=true] graphics and desktop publishing.