The Macbook Pro has a screen size of 15.4-inches and offers a high resolution of 1440 x 900 pixels; which is an aspect ratio of 16:10. Frankly, Apple has got the ratio between resolution and screen size just right; the MB Pro feels just right; the desktop area is large and the icons not to small as it happens with smallsized, large resolution screens. The screen on the MB Pro is in a league of its own; it's bright, crisp and the colours are very vivid. Level of black is very good; and this display will handle images and videos excellently.Any sort of multimedia usage is fun experience. The Macbook also has a good display; better than nearly all notebooks in the range. However, its miles apart from the MB Pros screen. In comparison the blackness level isn't as good; and colours seem a touch washed out; irrespective of how much you play with the display settings. The contrast ratio is good; but not in comparison to the MB Pro. Another issue with the MB's screen is the poor viewing angles; although better than most 13.3-inch notebooks it's not even close to the MB Pro. For a 13.3-inch screen the resoluČtion of 1280 x 800 pixels seems a little less; however this is standard, so we won't complain. If only we didn't have 15.4-inches of gorgeousness sitting next to the MB when we tested its display! Both displays are LED-lit; so they're power savers too. The multitouch touchpad is something Apple is advertising aggressively and it's simply a trackpad with integrated mouse button functionality; so both Macbooks have no mouse buttons. You simply click anywhere on the trackpad. While this may take a couple of days to get used to; it is extremely functional and actually faster than left and right clicking. Finger gestures also work, as on the iPod Touch; although this does take a little bit of getting used to as initially you won't know exactly what to do with the feaČture. Once you get a little practice it's superb. The large surface area of the trackpad also helps.