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Dot Pitch

One of the most critical characteristics to look for when determining the quality of a monitor is the dot pitch.

As you learned earlier a pixel is made up of red, green, and blue dots. The combination of these three colors can create any color visible to the human eye. It would stand to reason that the closer that you can pack these dots together, the better the resolution your monitor will support.

Dot pitch is the measurement of space between two like-colored dots. The measurement is specified in millimeters. The lower the number, the better the resolution of the monitor. Common dot-pitch settings found in new monitors range from 0.18 mm to 0.30 mm.

Figure 91: Dot pitch measurement

 


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