The 30" Apple Cinema Display is quite impressive — capable of a native 2560x1600 resolution (4,096,000 pixels). With such large numbers it can be difficult to visualize exactly what that means in terms of workspace real estate. This page is designed to demonstrate the difference in a visual manner to make comparisons simpler.
I built this page on a whim one day, while bored on a conference call, in the hopes that it would be useful for someone. When I was shopping for my PowerMac I recall stumbling across a jpeg image that someone had made which compared the screen real estate of a 15" PowerBook to the Apple Cinema Display and I found that visual presentation to be very compelling.
Comments and feedback to email@example.com.