If 1920x1080 is 1080p full HD, what is 2560x1600?

Answer While 1080p is the typical standard for movie making, higher resolution is most certainly possible. For example, my Sony Cybershot has 4608x3456 resolution.Naming it Full HD doesn't make it a limit :)

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1920x1080 monitor can't get full screen, Why?

It's because your integrated/separate graphics card cannot handle the video on full screen, so when it is put on full screen, the frames per second of the video are lower- that's why it appears slo... Read More »

My PC is native 1920x1080. Why can I only get 1366x768 from my PC, HDMI to HDTV; but I get 1920x1080 on my PS3?

Old drivers? Update them, maybe what ever you are trying to use does not support that high resolution? Update all drivers.

Is full HD (1080p) really that better?

It depends on many things, but the bottom line is probably not. See the first link for a good overview.But it's not (directly) a screen size issue. Mainly it depends where you sit relative to the s... Read More »

What does full 1080p HDTV mean?

HDTV 1080p is a description for any high definition television that has the ability to handle resolution at 1920 by 1080 pixels and also handle 24p content, such as in Blu-ray disc movies.Reference... Read More »