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Resolution is where the number of dots and pixels are used to display an image, Where higher Resolution means that there are more pixels there that are in the image making it a much crisper and clearer image when viewing. Having high resolution is important as it helps with projecting details images that requires you to show details, including videos. The Resolution is stated by the number combination there are such as 1440 x 700. This is where it shows the horizontal and vertical side from 1440 dots horizontally and 700 dots vertically which would add up to 1,008,000 total dots making up the image/videos.
Here are some business Resolution: Source: https://epson.com/projector-guide-how-to-buy-a-projector-resolution
SVGA (800x600 pixels, 4:3 aspect ratio): SVGA projectors are low-resolution projectors that are more affordable and suitable for projecting simple data, charts, and video clips.
XGA (1024x768 pixels, 4:3 aspect ratio): XGA is widely used. Most computers use XGA as their native resolution, so pairing computers to XGA projectors is common.
WXGA (1280x800 pixels, 16:10 aspect ratio): WXGA is the widescreen version of XGA — delivering the same vertical resolution but providing 20% more horizontal resolution. This has become a common resolution for notebook computers and smartphone.
WUXGA (1920x1200 pixels, 16:10 aspect ratio): WUXGA is becoming the standard for higher-end notebooks and workstation computers. In addition, WUXGA is used for installation projectors and large-venues that require bright, high-definition content.
Home Theater Projector Resolutions:
720p (1280x720 pixels, 16:9 aspect ratio): This format is most commonly used for economical movie projection. It matches the 720p HDTV standard.
1080p (1920x1080 pixels, 16:9 aspect ratio): This is now the standard format for home theater. It matches the 1080i/1080p HDTV broadcast and Blu-ray formats.
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