WUXGA

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WUXGA

(Wide Ultra XGA) A screen resolution of 1920x1200 pixels, which is a wide-screen version of the Ultra XGA (UXGA) standard (1600x1200). WUXGA is also known as "1080p+," because it adds 120 lines of vertical resolution to the 1080 (1080+120=1200). See UXGA and screen resolution.


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