I'm GOING to be a Laservue a94 owner real soon
But I've got a question. Reading the posts on this thread, I do understand it supports 1920 x 1080 as a desktop resolution.
Now Look at this 1920 x 1080 desktop "screenshot" from my current Samsung DLP img560.imageshack.us/img560/204/testca.png
This is 1080i (not p) desktop and all the fonts are too small to read (not to mention in program icons like drawing tools in flash and photo shop etc...) It's not ideal to work with... (some of you may see it as normal, but I assure you viewing it from my screen the fonts are tiny tiny.) (tried adjusting DPI and font size, not much help..)
Here's where I'm getting at and request answers about.. The native resolution on my screen is 720 and it looks real nice. I was wondering if 1080 on the laservue will look similar to the way 720 looks on my current screen. Visible, easy on the eyes (bigger and readable fonts and icons). All operating at 60hz. (not eye scrambling 30).
As 720 is "recommended" with my display, will 1080 be the "recommended" on the laservue?