Asus C624BQ WUXGA video display. WUXGA stands for widescreen ultra extended photos array and is a type of exhibit resolution. Resolution explains what number of pixels a show has in width x height format the more pixels, the sharper the picture satisfactory. WUXGA shows have a resolution of 1920 x 1200. Today’s laptops mostly stick with 1080p or 4K resolution.
On any other hand, there are a few PC displays that offer WUXGA, that’s a nice little step up from the most common choice of 1080p. It’s rate, but that extra screen real estate means that you’ll see more of your favorite files and websites without scrolling. Common PC Display Resolutions5K5120 x 28804K3840 x 2160 average monitor decision; 4096 x 2160 authentic cinema resolutionUltra HD UHD3840 x 2160QHD aka WQHD aka 1440p2560 x 14402K2560 x 1440 general monitor resolution; 2048 x 1080 reliable cinema resolutionWUXGA1920 x 1200Full HD aka FHD aka 1080p1920 x 1080HD aka 720p1280 x 720This article is part of the Tom’s Hardware Glossary.