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Running a laptop on external LCD- resolution compatibility

I've been recently contemplating the purchase of a Fujitsu-Siemens Amilo Pi 1505 laptop but I was wondering whether it would be possible to use my HP L1906 LCD monitor with it or not. I'm concerned about compatibility between the monitor's 1280x1024 native resolution and that of the laptop I intend to buy, which- according to the manufacturer's website- runs at 1280x800.

Kind Regards,
Ahmed
Alexandria, Egypt

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Just a note.

The external display does not have to run at the resolution of the laptop's internal LCD. I take it you've never done this.

Bob

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Re: Just a note

Oops! I didn't know that. Well, thank you so much for your help Happy

Ahmed

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