What is full hd
What is full hd?
A product promoting itself as Full HD offers a resolution of 1920 x 1080.
So what do these numbers mean?
The first number (1920) refers to the number of pixels across a screen, while the second number (1080) refers to the number of horizontal lines or pixels down a screen.
Some modern widescreen liquid crystal display (LCD), most widescreen cathode ray tube (CRT), and all QXGA monitors can natively display 1080p content. Widescreen WUXGA monitors for example support 1920×1200 resolution, which can display a pixel for pixel reproduction of the 1080p (1920×1080) format. The resolution is rare, but increasing in popularity amongst laptops in 2009; some laptops have a 13″, 15″, 17″ or even a 18.4″ display that run a resolution of 1920×1200 or 1920×1080. Additionally, many 23, 24, and 27-inch (690 mm) widescreen LCD monitors use 1920×1200 as their native resolution, 30 inch displays can display beyond 1080p at up to 2560×1600 (1600p). Many 27″ monitors have native resolutions of 2560×1440 and hence operate at 1440p. Other 1080p-compatible LCDs have lower than 1920×1080 native resolution and cannot display 1080p pixel for pixel, relying on the display’s internal scaler to produce an image resized to suit the display’s actual resolution.