Updated: 05/08/2017 by Computer Hope
Computer monitor

First available in 2010, Wide Quad Extended Graphics Array, or WQXGA, is a display resolution measuring 2560 x 1600 pixels in size and having a 16:10 aspect ratio. It is a wider version of QXGA and have four times as many pixels as WXGA. A WQXGA display monitor requires a dual-link DVI device to connect to achieve a vertical refresh rate higher than 40 Hz.


The Google Nexus 10 tablet was the first tablet device to include WQXGA resolution.

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