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Published on Tuesday, January 10, 2012

Will the trend at CES for larger screens lead to poorer mobile web sites?

This year's CES event in Las Vegas promises to be the biggest yet. But it's not just the event that's getting bigger.

We've spotted a trend towards larger devices. Sat-nav systems now have wider screens. Smartphones are becoming 'super phones', growing towards the size of tablets. And – despite the occasional rumour – there's no sign of Apple’s market-leading iPad launching a smaller-screen iPad 3 or iPad 4.

But is bigger really better?  Or easier to use?

It's a question James Rosewell of 51Degrees.mobi takes a look at today on mobile industry news site TheFonecast.com. With recent research linking screen size and click-through rate, usability has returned to the headlines again.

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Author: James Rosewell

Categories: Opinion

Tags: Mobile , Web

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