What Is WUXGA? A Basic Definition

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yourhighness

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pointless...no need to buy those low resolution monitors...4k on the desk is where it's at...We've been buying cheap Sceptre 4K TV's $200 for 40" $210 for 43" and $220 for 50"...use the smaller sizes as monitors for developer desktops...all the screen real estate you need..essentially 4x 1080p.. and we use them in combination with GridMove to quarter up the screen
 

pelegbn

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Is this 2005?? thanks for the puny & outdated explanation... and here I was hoping for a 4K WUXGA screen announcement.
 

IT_Architect

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Thanks for the article. As far as the non-sense resolution comments go, it doesn't matter what the resolution is for office work as long as it isn't too low for the screen size and distance viewed. People have been happy for a long time with Full HD up to 24". The real problem is the TV industry standardized on the HD TV 16:9 ratio, which in turn became the de-facto standard for computing. If you go rogue with a 16:10, 4:3, or some other more favorable ratio for the office, you will have readability issues working remotely from a device that will in all likelihood use the TV and de-facto computing standard of 16:9. This means even the new double-wide 32:9 is a problem.
 
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