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800x600

Standard super VGA resolution of 800 columns by 600 rows (lines). In the specification 800x600x256, the 256 is the number of colors. See screen resolution.
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However, a migration from 640x480 to 800x600 could cancel out a similar migration from 800x600 to 1024x768, leaving the user curve for the middle resolution roughly even.
2-inch active color LCD (640x480 with 16 million hue True Color or 800x600 with 65,000 colors) or a 10.
7 pounds, offers 2,200 lumens, has 800x600 native resolution, and has a 2,000:1 contrast ratio, so the backlight brightness is ideal for any room environment.
It supports 1280x1024 resolution at 16 colors (4 bits per pixel -- or 8 bits for 256 colors with 2 MB of display memory), SVGA 1024x768 at 256 colors (8 bits), 800x600 at 256 or 65,000 colors (8 or 16 bits), and 640x480 at 8-bit, 16-bit or 24-bit "True Color.
0 include: the ability to annotate shared information, a new look for its user interface, support of 800X600 screen resolution, support for non-Skype users, the ability to schedule future sessions through Unyte Events and some "under-the-hood" improvements to enable Unyte to achieve even greater performance levels.
The VPL-EX50 and VPL-EX5 models offer native XGA 1024x768 resolution, while the VPL-ES5 features SV6A 800x600 resolution.
The company also introduced the TDP-S80U/SW80U projector series ($1,299 and $1,499 respectively) that feature 2,000 ANSI lumens, SVGA 800x600 resolution with DLP technology and 2001:1 contrast ratio.
The ultra-portable display is expected to be released later this year and features a light emitting diode (LED) light source that provides an 800x600 SVGA resolution and little operational noise for distraction-free viewing.
Thanks to its 800x600 color display (either in portrait or landscape mode) and its embedded Internet Explorer application, you will be able to browse your favorite web sites, seated comfortably in your couch or while on the go.
The VT series projectors display crystal clear images; the VT48 and VT480 are SVGA 800x600 native resolution, while the VT580 is XGA 1024x768 native resolution.