Wide Extended Graphics Array

A resolution of 1366 × 768 pixels and similar.

Wide Extended Graphics Array (Wide XGA or WXGA) is a set of nonstandard resolutions derived from the XGA display standard by widening it to a widescreen aspect ratio. WXGA is commonly used for low-end LCD TVs and LCD computer monitors for widescreen presentation. The exact resolution offered by a device described as "WXGA" can be somewhat variable owing to a proliferation of several closely related timings optimized for different uses and derived from different bases.

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  • WXGA
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