screen resolution

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screen resolution

The number of pixel groups on screen which a computer can control. Determines the sharpness of an image.
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The combination of NEC LCD Technologies' own unique super-advanced, super-fine TFT (SA-SFT) technology and a high-intensity, direct back-light system achieve a luminance of 1700cd/m2, the highest luminance level in the UXGA and above monochrome class.
11a/b/g connectivity and a 15-inch UXGA (1600x1200 pixel) TFT active-matrix color display mounted in a shock-and-vibration hardened encasement Rance Poehler, president of Panasonic Computer Solutions Company, recently commented, "The Toughbook 51's hard-drive implementation significantly expands the definition of the term "ruggedized" computer.
Its two low-voltage differential signaling (LVDS) channels can be used to drive two separate display panels or a single, high-resolution UXGA display panel.
Their reputation for DVI reliability and performance is well known, and their guaranteed compatibility at the highest display resolutions was critical for our 15" UXGA mobile workstation display.
It also has a 1600x1200 UXGA display, a 32MB Mobility Radeon 7500 video card and comes preloaded with Windows XP Professional.
It also has 512MB SDRAM, 15 inch UXGA LCD display with 1600 x 1200 resolution, DVD/CD-RW drive, 48GB2 ATA-100 5400 RPM hard drive, internal 3COM mini-PCI NIC/modem and an eight cell lithium ion battery.
DC265 is First Portable Visual Presenter with 6x Optical Zoom and UXGA Resolution
For a crisper display, customers can choose a 17" UltraSharp widescreen UXGA display with integrated TrueLife technology; and either an ATI MOBILITY RADEON x1400 HyperMemory 256MB, or an NVIDIA GeForceTM Go 7800 256MB DDR video card.
The DP20 can seamlessly display high-resolution images; specifically, it can provide UXGA images at 15 frames per second.
STMicroelectronics has announced its two mega-pixel tri-mode USB camera kit comprised of the company's UXGA (Ultra eXtended Graphic Array) image sensor with improved low-light performance and a USB video-class-compliant three-in-one camera processor.
The PT-LM1U produces high-contrast (400:1 ratio) images at a crisp, sharp native SVGA resolution, while offering advanced resizing technology to support UXGA.
In addition, the panel features 1,366 x 768 HD resolution, as well as computer and video signal compatibility with support for VGA, SVGA, XGA, SXGA and UXGA resolution computer graphics and DTV/HDTV signals.