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What refresh rate does the little screen run at when running it’s native/default resolution?
Also if it has to run 800×600 does it go all blurry ala LCD desktops?
I heard the screen is backed with LEDS, which is great as I hate floresent back lights…
No refresh rate at all. That is only with CRT (cathode ray tube) monitors/tvs. The refresh rate is the rate at which the screen is drawn (or double-half drawn if it is interlaced – I know, sounds odd, but it’s drawn half a screen at a time if it’s interlaced, which most CRT tvs are). LCD is always on therefore no refresh…
No refresh rate at all.
Um, I’m pretty sure that’s not quite true. There is still a refresh rate, just not the same way as CRT. CRT needed a higher refresh rate for flicker free because the electron gun ran back and forth. Hence, you sometimes need up to 120 Hz for the image to be always clean.
LCD still has to update. Most LCD panels just run at 60 Hz, which is standard. Some allow 75 Hz. Either way, the real reason behind it is flickering, which just isn’t really a problem with modern LCDs of any time, unless you’re watching really high def/fast stuff. Case in point, many large screen LCD tvs are now boasting the 120 Hz refresh rate. But they are much higher res than 1024×600. 🙂
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