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jaguarskx

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"Full HD" means 1920x1080 resolution. Your laptop's maximum resolution is 1366x768. Therefore, you do not have a "Full HD" screen.

It should be "Full HD compatible" because both 1920x1080 and 1366x768 resolution are 16:9 aspect ratio.
 

Diar1

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thank you jaguarskx :D
do you happen to know if there is a website where they sell those.. I have a very good computer but i dont like the resolution and i thought maybe i can change it. :D thank you
 

jaguarskx

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Sell what? A 1920x1080 resolution screen for your laptop? You will not be able to do so. The laptop's hardware must be able to identify the screen. Even if you install another 1366x768 resolution screen in the laptop, it will likely not be compatible unless it is supposed to work with the Acer. Meaning the exact make and model #.

Your only option would be to actually buy a laptop with a 1920x1080 resolution screen. I too do not like 1366x768 resolution, too low for my needs outside of playing games. Therefore, I will be buying a new laptop to replace my Lenovo Y470.
 

cars12345

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You could buy a 1080p monitor, and use that as the primary or secondary display.
This can be connected by either the VGA or HDMI output on the side of your laptop.
 
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