2560 x 1440 pixels


The 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution is also referred to as Quad HD (QHD) or WQHD (Wide Quad HD). As the name suggests this already, it offers four times as many pixels as 720p HDTV the standard, which is why it is still quite up to date and takes the current system is used. In this case, however, the producers are no longer limited to notebooks and PC monitors, but also provide tablets and smartphones with this resolution.

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The 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution is also referred to as Quad HD (QHD) or WQHD (Wide Quad HD). As the name suggests this already, it offers four times as many pixels as 720p HDTV the standard, which is why it is still quite up to date and takes the current system is used. In this case, however, the producers are no longer limited to notebooks and PC monitors, but also provide tablets and smartphones with this resolution.

One of the first manufacturers to a display with 2560 x 1440 pixels brought out was Chi Mei Optoelectronics, from which you will get all used and reconditioned screens also with us. These can be used as spare parts in laptops and monitors when the built-up has been damaged in any way.

Since 2013 there are also different smartphones on the market, such as. The LG G3, which provides for a screen size of 5.5 inches, a 2560 x 1440 pixel display. Through the relatively small display, the display acts here again clearer and sharper, offering especially in the multimedia area a special experience.

For monitors for your PC or workstation you have also the choice between different sizes. Accessible here is a 27-inch diagonal screen, because it can use the 2560 x 1440 pixel resolution perfectly. You should be careful, however, necessarily mean that your graphics card can output the desired resolution.