This website is dedicated to informing people about the benefits of LCD screens that have an aspect ratio of 16:10 (sixteen by ten) – i.e. resolutions of: 1280×800 / 1440×900 / 1680×1050 / 1920×1200.
In the past two years there has been an almost complete transition from the 16:10 aspect ratio to the 16:9 aspect ratio, not to mention that the 4:3 and 5:4 aspect ratio which many companies work with has all but vanished. Unfortunately, the new 16:9 aspect ratio is by no means superior to the 16:10 one. The main reason why this change was done is because it is slightly cheaper for companies to make wider LCD screens. However, this has also resulted in a loss of screen space, especially in terms of height.
Currently, the most common resolutions on the market are 1366×748 / 1600×900 / 1920×1080. As it can been seen, these resolutions are slightly smaller than the ones used in 16:10 LCD screens, resulting in a loss of vertical space. In order to market these lower resolutions, companies invented the HD standard with the Full HD standard being 1920×1080, which is actually smaller than the previous standard high-end resolution of 1920×1200 pixels.
Our purpose is not to have the industry switch from the 16:9 resolution back to the 16:10 resolution but to at least provide some LCD displays and laptops with 16:10 resolution screens for those who actually prefer and need more vertical space. We are committed to show that there is a large number of consumers who want to have LCD screens with a 16:10 aspect ratio as well as 5:4, the reasoning being that manufacturers cannot ignore the market forever!