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Is 1600x900 a good resolution?

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no. not by todays standards. 

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For what? It's not as simple as your title states. I really wish people wouldn't do that.

I have a 13.3" laptop with that resolution. It's perfectly fine. It's significantly more pixels per inch than you'll get on, say, a 1440p 27" monitor, and is almost the same as a 32" 4k monitor.


3 minutes ago, Skiiwee29 said:

no. not by todays standards. 

Depends what it's used for.

2 minutes ago, Catsrules said:

Anything less then 1920x1080 is not a good resolution in 2019.

Unless it's a smaller screen...

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3 hours ago, BFGmaster said:

like the title says

It is ok for general use but, there are better options for cheap.









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