The native resolution of my LC32G4U is 1366x768. I set my PC to output 1280x768 and I'm quite happy with the result.
|Originally posted by greg_boz|
Not to hijack this thread, but there's been a lot of mixed reviews about the syntax Olevia being problematic when trying to scan different resolutions. So I'm wondering if the Aquos line might be a better choice for me.
Does the Aquos auto-scan resolutions well on a PC? I.e. can the Aquos auto-detect resolutions seemlessly in the following scenario:
Boot->BIOS->Windows Desktop-> DOS command shell->MPEG video->PC games-> Windows Desktop
Many Olevia user's are complaining that they need to manually use the remote control when trying to do these kinds of basic tasks in Windows. For instance when exiting a DOS game the screen will go bright blue, and then the user needs to make several adjustments in order to see the windows desktop again. Not acceptable for PC use imo.