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Old October 1, 2012, 05:51 PM
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Actually, I can see this being useful for business. It's not uncommon for me to find myself reading one or two documents for comparison sake, or reading a spreadsheet while typing in a document.

For those with limited desktop space, two monitors can be problematic, while this provides a compromise which is more likely to fit.

Similar argument can be made for laptops. Even the best laptops don't exceed 1920x1080 (with the exception of the Macbook Pro's Retina display, and even that is meant for improved sharpness rather than more content), and that's really not enough width to run two documents side by side, never mind a spreadsheet.
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