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Pixel Density

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pixel density? are you talking about size of the screen and resolutions on laptops?

 

usually for a laptop around 20" more or less is better to have 1080p resolution, but if it is all you have, well, enjoy seeing pixels even on letters in any text on 720p ish resolutions

 

 

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9 minutes ago, goto10 said:

pixel density? are you talking about size of the screen and resolutions on laptops?

 

usually for a laptop around 20" more or less is better to have 1080p resolution, but if it is all you have, well, enjoy seeing pixels even on letters in any text on 720p ish resolutions

 

 

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pixel_density

OP: I would say that resolution is quite low for that kind screen size, even on 15.6' screens I find 1366x768 quite annoying.

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yes

 

is good enough up to 24"

 

after that point you need 1440p or 4k

 

this also depends on the distance, if we are talking you, playing in front of the monitor, sitting in front of it

 

if you play far away, console style, you care more about size, colors, brigthness and the resolution, i am happy with 1080p at 2+ meters away from a tv

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6 hours ago, JohnCarlHenry said:

Is a pixel density of 83.3 good? (18.5" monitor 1366 x 768)

Its about the same as 27" 1080p monitor, but these days thats not exactly considered 'good'.

100+ is where u wanna be at.

 


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