What’s the difference between 1920×1080 and 1920×1200?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #81207

What’s the difference between 1920×1080 and 1920×1200?

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Hello ,

Technically speaking there is not much difference in between 1920×1080 and 1920×1200.

· 1920×1200 resolution has 120 more pixels vertically

· Also aspect ratio for 1920×1200 is 16:10 and that for 1920×1080 is 16:9.

· But because 1920×1080 is 1080p more monitors are opting this resolution so that HD movies will be free from  black bars on top and bottom of screens.

· If you are gamer then you will realize the difference in FPS (frames per second).

· And finally 1080 resolution monitors are cheaper than 1200. 😀

So, between two of them I will recommend you to buy 1080 if you are more interested in HD movies and games but 1200 will surely give optimum resolution for gamers so set your priorities and make the choice! 🙂

Answered By 10 points N/A #81209

What’s the difference between 1920×1080 and 1920×1200?

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Hi,

These could be figures standing for the screen resolution of your desktop. 1920×1200 monitor will have more pixels hence have better performance compared to 1920×1080, so you can choose which to buy.

There are some things that you might want to consider when choosing your monitor. Things like what you intend to use the monitor for. Is it for gaming or you intended to use it for watching movies or for general purposes like surfing the internet, typing your work.

If you want to use it for watching movies and playing games then I will suggest that you purchase the 1920×1080 monitor which will offer you better resolution, but for general assignments you can go for the 1920×1200 monitor.

Hope this helps.

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Regards,

Lee Hung.

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