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My best friend's brother just got this new handheld iPod-like thingy. It's South Korean, has (approx) a 4-inch screen, can play 720p video and music, movies, pictures, etc. Everything that an iPod can do (plus 720p vids), but on a bigger screen. I'm in the market for a new portable media player device thingy that's not and iPod and this thing looks like it fits the bill. Only thing is, I have no idea what it is, what it's called, or where to look for it. Does anyone know of such a device, or where I could buy one? flaminglawyer 00:12, 27 January 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply]
Hi. Our article on 720p states that it is 1280x720 and mentions absolutely nothing about 1366x768. However, every single 720p TV I've seen advertised in South Africa has a resolution of 1366. Actually to be more accurate, they are always advertised as "HD Ready" rather than 720p. Similarly, 1080p TV's are advertised as "Full HD". Now at the moment we still don't have digital broadcasting although it WILL come in time for the 2010 FIFA World Cup. Not sure if it wll be 720 or 1080.
I'm looking to get an "HD Ready" LCD for gaming (Xbox360) and watching TV series via PC. So in light of all this, is there anything to be concerned about? If any of these sources are coming from a 720p signal, stretching it to 1366 would probably look terrible given how close the ratios are. On another note, I've noticed that most graphics cards (including the onboard graphics on my PC) only support 1360x768 as a standard resolution. What would happen to the extra 6 pixels? Will the display from the PC look absolutely horrible (trying to stretch itself horizontally)?
To log on to root, just type the word root in place of your user ID. And, you must know the root password which you should type in the password field. And, to delete the virus, you can delete the account of UserA from the root with all his/her documents from root. This will delete the virus too. If still the problem exists, then you should check out -scanners.html for downloading virus scanners for Linux. You may have heard of I love You virus of 2000-2001, which infected hundreds of Windows Computers, but not a single Linux Computer was infected. But still, gradually, the Kaspersky Lab has stated that there are still yet 800 malwares for Linux. So, we should better take care. Again, let me give you some more information. In 1997, a virus called Bliss was made which wasprimarily targeted to Linux. But the result was zero. So, don't worry, Linux is very secure. Although I am an admirer of Windows XP than that of Linux, still I appreciate the tough security of Linux-based Computers in general. Anirban16chatterjee (talk) 18:26, 27 January 2009 (UTC)Reply[reply] 2b1af7f3a8