Acer began shipping the TA272 HUL, an Nvidia Tegra 4 powered, all-in-one Android 4.2 PC that doubles as a 27-inch, WQHD (2560 x 1440) touchscreen monitor. The TA272 HUL appears to be the first shipping Android device with WQHD resolution, which also makes it one of the highest resolution Android devices around, and the highest-res […]
The LG G3 has been long rumored to come with a 5.5 inch QHD resoultion display and now according to a snapshot of the LG G Pro 2 camera app received by folks over at PhoneArena shows an LG device code named B2 which could be the LG G3.
It has the model numbers of LG-D851 and LG-VS985 with one of the models being the Verizon carrier-branded model.
After update/upgrade within Debian/Jessie (affecting some 50 packages) and a reboot (after an uptime of about a month), the full resolution 2560x1440 of my Dell U2713HM has gone. xrandr is listing at most 1920x1200.
Given the long history of my installation, I tried a radical cure, purging all xorg related packages, and reinstalling them.
OK people, I dont know anything about monitors. But whats up with with all these 4k monitors??? So 4k is twice the resolution of 1920 x 2 = 3840 -- 1080p x 2 = 2160. Thats 3840 x 2160 (4k). what about 2560 x 2 = 5120 -- 1440p x 2 = 2880? Thats 5120 x 2880 (probably 6k). Most of us use 2560 x 1440 or 2560 x 1600 monitors. Why aren't we getting those monitors?