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What is the difference between an XGA+ Display and an UXGA Display with TrueLife™?  .Is it clearer and/or easier on the eyes?
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Gary CaseRetiredCommented:
The UXGA display has a higher resolution than XGA.

TrueLife is Dell's name for their anti-reflective display technology.   This is essentially the same thing as Toshiba's TruBrite, Sony's XBrite, Gateway's UltraBright, Compaq's BrightView, Fujitsu's Crystal View, and Acer's CrystalBrite.    There's a good summary of the characteristics of these displays here:  http://www.screentekinc.com/pixelbright-lcds.shtml

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hmcnastyAuthor Commented:
Oh I knwo what those are I've seen them. I didn't realize what they were called. I think what I really need is a better graphics card.

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