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I am trying to find out if the display in my laptop is a progressive or interlaced display. The resolution is set to 1600x900 but it does not mention anywhere in the settings if it is i or p. Is there anyway I could find out?

Looking up the specs of my laptop online is no help as they only mention the following under display:

17.3�? diagonal High Definition+ HP BrightView LED Display (1600 x 900)

If it helps my laptop model # is HP G72-B60US

asked Oct 26 '12 at 04:17

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To blatantly copy Wikipedia, Progressive scan is used for most Cathode ray tube (CRT) computer monitors, all LCD computer monitors, and most HDTVs as the display resolutions are progressive by nature.

answered Oct 26 '12 at 06:36

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