Originally Posted by deltawalkerl
Hmmm..it seems like you removed the 15inch SXGA screens with different vertical and horizontal pixel densities. Does that mean that you originally calculated the pixel densities assuming that the aspect ratio is 4:3 (the discrepancy between the 4:3 of its size and 5:4 of SXGA would explain the rectangular pixel size) and now realize that this sort of screen do not actually exist? Or do 4:3 SXGA and 5:4SXGA screens coexist?
Actually I thought SXGA screens were 4:3 as this was the case in CRT screens, but now as KCK mentioned that they are 5:4, I measured
the proportions of Hyundai Q17 that is standing on my desk, and indeed it is almost exactly 5:4. Therefore it is quite logical to assume that all SXGA LCD screens are built 5:4, and not 4:3, regardless of their size.
I didn't find any 4:3 (SXGA+, etc.) 17" screens, so I removed them from the list. Also, external 17", 18", and 19" LCD screens that I checked also had SXGA resolution. Sure I can add higher diagonal values to the 4:3 list, but these monitors seem not exist.
Edit: Do you mean that I should add 15" to the SXGA list? I didn't check that if 15" screens with SXGA existed.