WXGA+ and WSXGA are non-standard terms referring to a computer display resolution of 1440 × 900. Occasionally manufacturers use other terms to refer to this resolution. The Standard Panels Working Group refers to the 1440 × 900 resolution as WXGA(II).
WSXGA and WXGA+ can be considered enhanced versions of WXGA with more pixels or as widescreen variants of SXGA. The aspect ratios of each are 16:10 (widescreen).
WXGA+ (1440 × 900) resolution is common in 19-inch widescreen desktop monitors (a very small number of such monitors use WSXGA+), and is also optional, although less common, in laptop LCDs, in sizes ranging from 12.1 to 17 inches.
Another resolution going by this name is 1440 × 960, at an aspect ratio of 15:10 (widescreen).