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Acer P243WAid 1080P or not?

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I currently own this monitor and I really like it. In the newegg specs it does not list 1080P as one of the specifications or as a feature. As I read through the comments the reviewers are saying 1080P blah blah. I know it has HDMI inputs, but I guess I assumed it wasn't an "HD" monitor.

I'm not too savvy with all this monitor talk, but I assume this is indeed HD?

I'd like to eventually get a blue ray drive, but wouldn't want to if it was stuck on DVD resolution.
Edited by JCasper - 12/19/08 at 8:02am
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Anything with a resolution at or above 1024x768 would technically be considered "HD". So yes your monitor is HD.
    
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Thanks for clearing that up man. Didn't know that was how to define it.
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That monitor is beyond the HD standard, technically called WUXGA. It will natively create a conventional HD resolution except with "letterboxes" WUXGA > 1080p
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/WUXGA
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