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My 2004 Dell has a 15.4" WUXGA[edit]

The statement on Dell selling 15,4" Laptops with WUXGA resolution from 2005 on is wrong: My laptop is from 2004 (or maybe even end-2003) and has exactly those properties. —The preceding unsigned comment was added by (talkcontribs) 10:03, September 2, 2005 (UTC).

More Products[edit]

I have added a mention for Alienware and Hypersonic who both sell laptops with WUXGA screens. Not sure how this list is going to work in future as the screens become more common. The models with the WUXGA screens I listed for Alienware and Hypersonic are not complete list of each laptop which contains one. --Shastrix 22:40, 1 June 2006 (UTC)

I've removed the whole product section, as it serves no purpose to the article (other than 'write your favorite monitor down here' competition). The article is not about the monitors, but the resolution. It can contain what monitor first used this resolution, or any that was exceptionaly notable (notable meaning relevantly to the resolution), nothing more than that. - JohnyDog 22:43, 16 January 2007 (UTC)


WUXGA is like two A4 paper next to each other? A page says that on review of a 24" TFT.

Can't be. DIN 476 papers have an "aspect ratio" of √2:1, WUXGA is 16:10. — Mütze 17:47, 25 July 2006 (UTC)

Not sure the designers had either A4 or the North American "Letter" size in mind, but according to several references I have found, the idea was that 16:10 fits two full pages of text. It could be they based this more on word processor documents as displayed on screen (with space around the edges) than a physical paper size. I have added this to the article with a reference from NEC. -- CFang 03:38, 3 August 2006 (UTC)


So this can view 1080p native?

Is this an encyclopaedia or Best Buy?[edit]

I've removed the product listing, as it's completely unmaintainable, uses lots of NPOV language, serves no purpose, and makes the article look ridiculous. If anyone wants to put it back in, please give a pretty decent reason why, fix the text, figure out when updating it should stop, and then put it back. Dave420 17:09, 2 June 2007 (UTC)

Where to find Best Buy info?[edit]

If the removed products list is captured and updated somewhere else, please publish a link to that collection. From a notebook "fetish" list this was the most complete and correct list available in the web. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talkcontribs) 07:37:39, 2007-07-04

Here are a few links to partial lists of WUXGA monitors, Notebooks with 15.4" WUXGA LCDs and Notebooks with 17" WUXGA LCDs. --Edward Sandstig (talk) 17:20, 5 April 2008 (UTC)