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  Reply # 152527 29-Jul-2008 20:18
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Which TVs can do full resolution through the VGA port? From other threads here looks like the Sony W/V series also maxes out at 1366x768.




 

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  Reply # 152528 29-Jul-2008 20:21
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Im on a Samsung LA40M right now at that res.  Love it and will never go back.  Unless i get blinder....



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  Reply # 152547 29-Jul-2008 21:02
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Kezzainc: Im on a Samsung LA40M right now at that res.? Love it and will never go back.? Unless i get blinder....

A google of that model in NZ returns nothing... what's it worth? The Panasonic is attractive with it's free offer effectively giving me $3-400 off the price (as I'm just going to sell it).

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  Reply # 152575 29-Jul-2008 23:07
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I can't find a single HDTV in the world that does Full HD 1920 x 1080p through its VGA PC input. Let alone NZ. Do enlighten me if anyone finds one. Obviously HDMI input does. VGA 1280 x 1024 max is the best I can find. I presume this gets up-scaled to 1920 x 1080 anyhow ?




 


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