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how do i find the pixels per sq inch on my monitor?

the system currently used (example 1680 by 1050) is useless to me because on one moniter that might be wonderfull but on a biggerone it can suck. so i want to be able to find the pixels per sq inch because that indeed is what actually matters.

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My guess would the company's website.

I am pretty sure that would be one of the specification of all monitors.

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Simple . . .

Measure your screen L X W and multiply.
Multiply native resolution.

Divide resolution by square inches.

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