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Q: What is the number of horizontal and vertical pixels in a display box?
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What is the number of horizontal and vertical pixels in a display device?


What is identified by calculating the number of horizontal pixels times the number of vertical pixels in a monitor?


The resolution of an image is always?

[no. horizontal pixels] * [no. of vertical pixels]

What is the difference between dot pitch and resolution?

Dot pitch is the distance between each triad of pixels in a display. Resolution is the number of pixels in the horizontal and vertical dimension. Examples would be a 24 inch monitor with a 1920 x 1080 resolution has a dot pitch of 277 micrometers.

The number of horizontal and vertical pixels that a device displays on a screen is referred to as its?

Screen resolution

How does picture quality change if monitor resolution is changed?

The picture will become finer. Your picture is made up of dots called pixels. Pixels are created from resolution for example 640x480=XXXX amounts of pixels. So when you create more pixels by increasing the resolution to say 1024x768=xxxxx amounts of pixels you increase the pixels amount and finess of the image.

What terms refers to the number of horiontal and vertical pixels in a display device?

It all depends on the area of the display device. A computer monitor has 1920 x 1080 pixels in the display.

Is the maximum number of horizontal and vertical pixels that can be displayed on a screens?

That varies depending on the monitor. You will have to read the specifications of the specific monitor that you want the answer for. There is no fixed maximum value.

Is the number of pixels that a monitor can display known as its resolution?

Yes, the number of pixels on a monitor is known as its resolution.

What does it mean when the phone has higher number of pixels?

Higher pixels on a display would mean finer display of images (like photos).

A term that describes the number of pixels in the display?


What is the resolution of a computer screen in pixels per inch?

It depends on the brand of monitor and it's capabilities also what you have your monitor set to display in the screen resolution setting in your control panel."Typical circa- 2000 cathode ray tube computer displays are generally capable of 72 to 130 pixels per inch. For example, a display that is 11 inches wide by 8.5 inches high, capable of a maximum 1024 by 768 pixel resolution, can display about 93 PPI in both the horizontal and vertical directions. This figure is determined by dividing width (or height) of the display area in pixels, by width (or height) of the display area in inches. It is possible for a display's horizontal and vertical PPI measurements to be different. The apparent PPI of a monitor depends upon the screen resolution (that is, number of pixels) in use; a monitor in 800 by 600 mode has a lower PPI than the same monitor at 1024 by 768 mode. The dot pitch of a computer display determines the absolute limit of possible pixel density." that helps.