Note to Microsoft Marketing: You Need a Buzzword to Describe "Quality Screen"

Obviously Microsoft spent a long time studying screen sizes, resolutions, and figuring out the right balance between performance, perception, and viewing distances. They talk about ClearType, Module Transfer Function, Viewing Angles, blah blah...

The bottom line is the average consumer does not care nor will ever hear about the technical details surrounding those decisions.

I hate to say it, but Microsoft needs to take another clue from Apple.... Technically "Retina" means very little, yet to the average Apple customer "Retina" is synonymous with "great display" regardless of other factors. Even Nokia started using "PureMotion HD" to describe the screen for the Lumia 920.

Microsoft's marketing wing needs to invent something comparable to describe the work their technical/research wing has put into display and rendering technology, because if they are trying to win on overall quality as opposed to absurdly high resolutions then they need a concise way of explaining that to people.

Otherwise to the average consumer looking at specs in the store or online a 1080p or higher display will look to be the better buy...

Higher means better right?....
If I get the higher one it means it won't become outdated as fast right?....