"which, if i haven't missed anything, is the same but the result is 1080p"
Windows, when you mirror is the same resolution. If you want the same screen, then nope.
I have always enjoyed the more common second screen but your goal of both being the same means nope.
I'm looking to purchase a laptop (ACER ASPIRE A515-51G) and it seems quite suitable for me as I will be using it for school and home use. I am looking to buy this as my other laptop is no longer suitable anymore (broken) I was able to retrieve some parts off my old laptop hdd, ram etc and this including a 1080p display. I have checked to see if the pins are the same for both displays and laptops and they match. They are both the correct size (15.6") and have the same amount of pins (30)
I'm just wondering if it would be okay to replace the current screen (768p) with another screen which, if i haven't missed anything, is the same but the result is 1080p instread.
Operating System: Windows 10 Home 64 Bits
Processor: Intel® Core™ 8th Gen Coffee Lake i5-8250U 1.6~3.4 GHz; Quad-core 8 Threads
Memory: 8GB DDR4 (4GB onboard + 4GB upgrade-able)
Storage: 1 TB hard drive 2.5" SATA - Can be replaced with SSD
Screen: 15.6" HD (1366 x 768) resolution ComfyView
Graphics: NVIDIA® GeForce® MX150 aka GTX1030 2 GB GDDR5 Dedicated graphics memory - Equivalent with GTX960M
Connectivity: 802.11ac wireless LAN Gigabit LAN
Audio & Video: 1280 x 720 webcam digital microphone Two speakers
Ports & Connectors:
- 1x USB 3.0
- 2x USB 2.0
- Network (RJ-45)
- HDMI Output
- 1x USB 3.1 Gen 1 Type-C
Input Devices: TouchPad
Battery: 4-cell 3220 mAh Li-Polymer
Battery Life: 7 hours
Adapter: 65 W
Thank you in advance.