AfterDawn: Glossary

Wide Hexadecatuple Extended Graphics Array

Wide Hexadecatuple Extended Graphics Array, or WHXGA, is a display standard that defines a resolution up to 5120x3200. It would be displayed in a 16:10 aspect ratio. As the name suggests, it has 16 times the pixels as the Extended Graphics Array (XGA) display standard. Currently there are no monitors available that could display such a detailed image, but creating still images with this level of detail is possible with digital cameras available already.

The Fullscreen varient is HXGA



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