I want a laptop / notebook computer with very small pixels. How do I better articulate this, and more to the point, search for it?
My overwhelming preference in a notebook computer display, more than screen size or sheer resolution, is having teeny tiny pixels. I just find it nicer for viewing all kinds of text and pictures.
What is this called, and how do I search for it? I was pretty sure that dot pitch
or pixel pitch was the right concept, but this only seems to be a search category or recited statistic (at NewEgg, PriceGrabber, etc) for monitors, not laptops.
I originally bought a Dell Inspiron 8200 with a 1600x1200 display way back before HD screens were cool; I dearly love the screen, though the CPU and memory (and lack of wireless) led me to replace it. I got fortunate by finding a Lenovo with an (apparently very rare) 1440x1000 screen. I never checked out what the dot pitch was on either of these, but they both seemed fine. By contrast, most of the screens I go physically look at in stores seem to have pebbles for pixels - they're way too big.
So, is it a tiny dot pitch that I'm looking for? If so, how tiny (realistically) can I find in a laptop, and more to the point, how do I search for it?