At today's keynote, Microsoft's presenters hinted at Windows 8 being ready for Retina Display-class monitors. Manufacturers are just starting to edge the Retina Display out, but the standard has yet to be scaled up to desktops and laptops. Needless to say, that's a shit-ton of pixels.
Why is it called a retina display? Can't it just be high quality? I mean, by 'retina display' they're saying that it's as clear as your eye makes things, then they're lying meaniefaces because if you look closely, you can still see pixels.