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    Ok, lets take for example a 6.5 lcd screen NON VGA. common resolution is 1200x234. However, if you look at this many pixels on a computer, 1200 is extremely wide, and 234 isn't too high. this is definitely out of proportion, even for a 16:9 display. is it that the 1200 is a representation that includes the RGB pixels, so therefore, 1200/3=400, making the true resolution 400x234? 16:9 ratio is 1.7777 and 400/234 is 1.709 so is this where they get the ratio? give me a lesson. thanks -Ryan

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    either this question is too hard for everyone or it is completely obvious. which one?

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    • #3
      yes it is 400 x 234

      1200 / RGB is correct.
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      • #4
        If you guys are looking for lcd with native (XGA) resolution and with 400 brightness, than take a look at this. NEC 8.4" lcd module NL10276BC16-01. This lcd is great for cars. If anyone is intrested in this lcd, contact me.

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