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Sharp LL-T1620 16 Sharp LL-T1620 16" LCD Monitor
Fri, March 07 2003 | 12:51AM | PermaLink Feedback?
"As you may know, all LCD monitors have a "native resolution", as they have a set number of pixels. You can't go higher, and going lower forces the monitor to stretch the image out amongst the pixels, which will obviously cost you some image quality. Now, if you're quite the gamer, then you'll know that a handful of games use a resolution of 1280x960 as opposed to 1280x1024. Why? Good question. In fact, the question should be, "Why isn't 1280x960 the standard resolution?" It should be."
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