If a monitor has a better resolution, it means it has more dots on the same screen surface.
What happens. Is the distance between the dots getting smaller. Are the dotts getting smaller. Or both.
Are those dots the same for every monitor ?
What I am specially interested in is if there are different sized dots and if a monitor is considered to be a better one if it has a smaller dot.
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