I have seen that many young friends are asking whether it is necessary to buy a 1080P projector when buying a projector. Is it much different from 720P? So today, I am going to sort out the big difference between the resolution of 1080P and 720P for everyone. How obvious is it? Is it necessary to buy 1080P? Let’s find out!
First of all, let’s take a look at the definition of 720P and 1080P respectively!
720P definition: 720P is a display format that achieves a resolution of 1280×720 under progressive scanning.
Definition of 1080P: 1080p is a video display format. The foreign letter P means progressive scan, which is a display format that achieves a resolution of 1920×1080 under progressive scan.
Although the resolution of 1080P and 720P is quite different, but in a small screen viewing environment, especially for small-sized friends, the difference is not very big.
In addition, dynamic pictures may not make any difference, compared to static pictures, you can see at a glance.
To sum up, from the perspective of the current projection market, 1080P is already the standard configuration for all large home users, so in order to update and replace frequently in the future, it is recommended to buy 1080P resolution!
The above is about the two resolutions of the projector: 1080P and 720P. If you have the ability, you can choose 1080P. For the new beginners, you can choose 720P as the experience. After all, the price is not expensive! In this era when 4K is about to become popular, 1080 has become the first choice!