There is a lot to like about the ever decreasing footprint of Apple’s MacBooks, but for an upsized view of your desktop, nothing compares with the glorious 27 inches of a Thunderbolt Display. Along with bright LED backlighting, Apple’s flagship monitor offers a razor-sharp picture, thanks to a resolution of 2560×1440. It works with any modern Mac, and it comes with a high-definition Facetime camera, a microphone, a firewire 800 port, and Gigabit Ethernet ports built in. Pretty much any OS X setup would benefit from this expanse of pixels. Whether you want to edit photos, work on designs, or…

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