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SVGA Resolution. Put simply, computer images are made up of dots, the more dots you have - the better the image. SVGA Resolution is made up of 800 x 600 dots.

Many notebook computer have XGA (1,280 x 1,024 dots) or SXGA (1,600 x 1,200 dots), these resolutions will give a higher quality image. WXGA stands for widescreen XGA.

If display quality is your main reason for buying a notebook, it's best to give it the 'old eye test'- check out the image quality first-hand and decide for yourself. Panasonic, Toshiba, Sony, and others are known for their high quality monitors - this quality is also present in their notebook display screens.



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