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Intel may relax netbook display resolution limits

Posted on Monday, July 13 2009 @ 18:40:53 CEST by


TweakTown reports Intel may have decided to relax resolution limits on netbooks to enable netbook vendors to sell systems with 1,366 x 768 pixel LCD displays.
There is good news for netbooks; well it is good news for people that would like HD on their netbooks. It looks like Intel may have decided to increase the allowable screen resolution to 1366x768 this will include the coveted (by some) 720p range.

This move allows for netbook makers to use the N series Atom instead of having to go with the Z series. The size of the display is still limited to 10.2-inches. So if you do get 720p HD resolution you are still getting a very small display to watch it on.



 



 

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