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QOTW: What resolution is your laptop screen?

by Tarinder Sandhu on 16 April 2021, 16:31

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88 of you had your say when we asked what resolution is your PC monitor? Plenty had opted for an ultrawidescreen, QHD was popular, and surprisingly few used 4K for their day-to-day work.

That got us thinking. Whilst there's a heck of a lot of choice for the desktop monitor, laptops resolutions have also expanded in recent times to take in different aspect ratios and resolutions.

Cutting to the chase, for this week's QOTW: What resolution is your laptop screen? I'll start by saying mine is a somewhat unusual 2256x1504 - a Microsoft Surface Laptop 2 featuring a 3:2 aspect ratio.

Let us know yours using the comments facility below.



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Mine is bog standerd 1080p
I wouldn't want higher on a 15" screen.
It's 7 years old now, but I don't see any need to upgrade in the forseable future.
It's funny, I've never brought one in about 41 years of owning computers (my 1st was an Atari 400)! I've never wanted one either to be honest. I've used a few for work, from massive ruggedised models, to later sleek office jobs. I've also repaired a few too. As to resolution, I can't help, as don't own one.
1920 x 1080 - There is no reason to have anything different on a laptop with a smaller screen.
1920x1080, older laptop with an A10-9600p still does everything needed.
1366x768, 10.1 netbook with C50 (still used).
1080p here but I have little use for a laptop