Benefits of XGA TFT display features:
BT (Bluetooth): an open standard for short-range radio transmission for data synchronization between computers and/or computer-based devices. Bluetooth transmits in the unlicensed 2.4GHz band and uses a frequency hopping spread spectrum technique that changes its signal 1600 times per second. Bluetooth’s range limitation of about 30ft (9m) make it impractical for a WLAN.
Camera: The optional integrated camera offers an improved user experience for video-centric applications. It can be used for video-enhanced instant messaging, conferencing, and internet telephony (VoIP).
The display resolution of computer display typically refers to the number of distinct pixels in each dimension that can be displayed. A screen resolution of 1024x768 means 1,024 pixels (dots) horizontally across each of 768 lines, which run vertically from top to bottom.
Flat Panel monitors offer space savings, reduced power consumption and lower emissions compared to CRT monitors. CRT monitors offer great value for those who require excellent text, graphics and video imaging.
Glossy: anti-reflective screens designed to reduce glare.
MultiView/MultiTouch screen: viewable indoors and outdoors, and allows for an intuitive touch interface between user and tablet. In addition, the new SuperView SXGA+ screen on select X61 Tablet models provides improved high-resolution viewing indoors and outdoors.
SuperView SXGA+ high resolution screen offers improved outdoor view-ability, especially in sunlight.
TFT (Thin Film Transistor) is a type of flat-panel LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) screen used for laptops.
UltraConnect II antenna: is built into the display cover for optimal signal reception. This combined design supports IEEE 802.11a, b, g and "draft n" wireless technologies to help maximize wireless LAN coverage and performance.
UltraLight screen is thinner, lighter, and brighter with more efficient power consumption.
Widescreen refers to a computer screen that has a 16:9 aspect ratio as opposed to 4:3 aspect ratio. The wider aspect ratio allows for more content to be displayed on the screen at one time, ideal for watching DVD movies or working on large spreadsheets.
WWAN (Wireless Wide Area Network Integration): connects to your provider's wireless broadband network.
XGA (Extended Graphics Array) is a video display standard that works especially well for computers using a graphical user interface.
Other commonly used acronyms:
|•||SXGA: Super eXtended Graphics Array
|•||SXGA+: Super eXtended Graphics Array Plus
|•||UltraLight XGA TFT: Ultra Thin Screen w/ Standard Extended Graphics Array
|•||UltraView + EasyTouch XGA TFT: Widescreen Touch Screen w/ Standard Extended Graphics Array
|•||WSXGA+: Widescreen Super eXtended Graphics Array Plus
|•||WUXGA: Wide Ultra eXtended Graphics Array
|•||WVA: Wide view angle|
|•||WXGA: Widescreen XGA
Resolution: 1280x720,1280×800, 1280x768
|•||WXGA+: Widescreen Extended Graphics Array Plus