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Question

 

 

What do "HD", "HD+" and "FHD" mean?  How many pixels are there horizontally and vertically? 

 

 I currently have a 15 inch 1024x768 monitor.  I'm willing to try a higher resolution / pixel density but have a feeling that 1920x1080 would be too high.  Are HD or HD+ too high, as well?  

Answer

From Wikipedia:

 

'The graphics display resolution describes the width and height dimensions of a display, such as a computer monitor, in pixels. Certain combinations of width and height are standardized and typically given a name and an initialism that is descriptive of its dimensions. A higher display resolution in a display of the same size means that displayed content appears sharper."

Using Lenovo's Product Sepecification Reference as a guide,

 

HD           1366x768

HD+         1600x900

FHD         1920x1080

WQHD    2560x1440

WQXGA  2560x1600

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