The term "screen resolution" refers to the number of individual pixels (dots) that fit within a given space. For a 800x600 resolution, the number 800 refers to the number of pixels that the monitor can display horizontally, while the number 600 refers to the vertical limit. Monitor size and optimal screen resolution are closely linked. As you increase the resolution, the screen elements appear smaller i.e. text and icons will appear larger at a resolution of 800x600 than at a resolution of 1024x768.
Resolution refers to the number of pixels, or dots of color, viewable on a display. Resolution is often given as the number of pixels in a row and the number in a column. Generally, the higher the resolution, the sharper the image.
Resolution measured in pixels per inch ( PPI). It helps to think of the image as a grid. As the resolution increases, the size of the grid cells get smaller, in effect increasing the number of cells (pixels) per inch.
Is a the number of pixels of your entire screen display. Typical PC settings are 640 x 480, 800 x 600, and 1024 x 768. [ Back
clarity of images; resolution is a reference to the number of pixels, and a higher number of pixels (higher density) creates a clearer image).
The resolution of a monitor - namely the width and the height, in pixels.
Screen resolution refers to the resolution of computer monitors. Most common is 800 x 600.
Screen resolutions are expressed in pixels, for example 800 pixels (width) by 600 pixels (height). 800 x 600 is the smallest size websites are designed for. Previously it was 600 x 480 and in the near future it will increase to 1024 x 768. This is due to the increase in the number of users with more affordable higher resolution monitors. The higher the resolution the more information that can be displayed on the screen.
The number of pixels per inch, this ratio dictates the image quality and clarity.
The display on all computer screens is made up of a series of tiny dots called pixels. Screen resolution refers to the number of pixels that be displayed by a monitor. The higher the screen resolution the more data a monitor can display at any one time. The most commonly used screen resolutions for the internet are 800 pixels wide by 600 high and 1024x768.
The clarity or fineness of detail in an image produced by a monitor.
The number of pixels available to the screen expressed in terms of the number of pixels on the horizontal axis and the number on the vertical axis.
Resolution is the number of individual pixels in the display. Higher resolution means more information can be displayed at one time. LCD displays are best used at their native, or maximum resolution, but lower resolutions are also supported.
The level of detail that can be displayed on the monitor or laptop screen. It depends on the number of individual dots, or pixels, which make up the screen. A common resolution is 1024 by 768 pixels.
resolution is an important factor when considering an LCD or Plasma screen or television. The resolution measures the number of pixels (or dots) that make up the picture horizontally and vertically, for instance 1024 x 768. The higher the resolution, the greater the detail that can be displayed, although in many cases the benefit will be noticed mainly with high-definition or PC signals, that can make the most of the extra number of lines. Common resolutions include: VGA (640 x 480), SVGA (800 x 600), WVGA (854 x 480), XGA (1024 x 768) - the recommended resolution for high definition television on plasma screens, WXGA (1366 x 768) - the recommended resolution for high definition television on LCD screens
The number of dots per square inch (dpi) displayed on a screen. The higher the number of dots, the better the resolution.
Dimensions of the pixel grid used to display the monitor image. Resolution is "fixed" on older monitors, variable on most new "multisync" monitors. Always defined as the number of pixels WIDE by the number of pixels HIGH. Standard Macintosh resolutions are 640W x 480H on 14" monitors, 832x624 (or the PC standard 800x600) on 15" monitors. 1024x768 on 17" monitors. (See also: Resolution)
a measurement of computer screen size in pixels e.g. 800 x 600 pixels or 1024 x 768 pixels.
Number of pixels on the phone display. The higher their number and the smaller the pixels — the more quality image you get.
Refers to the clarity or sharpness of an image. For computer monitors, this term indicates the number of dots on the screen used to create text and graphics. Higher resolution means more dots, indicating increased sharpness and potentially smaller text.
The size of the monitor
The number of pixels displayed on a screen; at present, high-resolution screens are capable of displaying 1024 x 768 pixels and more.
Refers to the number of pixels displayed on a computer monitor. The current average size of computer monitors is 800 x 600. Therefore, you should design your Web pages with this resolution in mind.
Measured by how many pixels your computer screen or monitor is displaying. The more pixels, the higher the resolution. The mc² Website is best viewed at a screen resolution of at least 800 x 600. Test your screen resolution to ensure you are achieving optimum performance.
The number of pixels that are displayed on the screen, making up the image. The more pixels, the higher the resolution and the sharper the picture.
Each web page should be designed to fill the smallest screen resolution (640*480) pixels. Doing so will ensure that your entire page can be seen in all types of monitors, regardless of their screen resolution settings. Also, using tables to define page boundaries allows you to control the overall layout and appearance of your site.
The pixel width and height a computer's screen supports. Typical values for this are 1024x768 and 800x600.
The setting that determines the amount of information that appears on your screen, measured in pixels. Low resolution, such as 640 x 480, makes items on the screen appear large, although the screen area is small. High resolution, such as 1024 x 768, makes the overall screen area large, although individual items appear small. See also: pixel
The number of pixel in the horizontal and vertical directions on your screen ... more
A computer's graphics card determines the level of detail with which images will be displayed on the attached monitor. The measurement for this detail is called 'resolution'.