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 What's the difference between 1080i, "Full HD," and 1080p picture resolution?

Answer 1080p is "Full HD". While 1080i is still "HD quality" 1080p is the highest resolution that consumer HDTV's come in. "p" stands for "progressive" and is generally superior to "i" or "interlaced". Wi... Read More »
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Whats the difference between hdtv 1080i and 1080p and whats better for gaming (ps3) and tv and film?

Is 1080i screen resolution better than 1080p resolution?

No, 1080p resolution is better than 1080i resolution. This also holds true with 480i and 480p resolution.
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1366X768 resolution is not 1080i or 1080p, is it Are the manufacturers lying to us?

In digital electronics there is a thing called "sample rate conversion". You can think of TV pixels as "samples" of the picture. It is possible to convert from any sample rate to another, both hi... Read More »
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What has a better hd picture 1080i or 1080p?

the 1080p is supposed to be better because the whole picture is done at once, but the 1080i(interlaced) only every other horizontal line on the set is done at once(30fps) where the 1080p(progressiv... Read More »
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