cos takiego wyczytalem na jakims forum
Anyway, HD Ready LCD TVs native resolution should be 1280x720. Some years ago you could still buy a 1280x720 LCD TV. The only reason they're all now 1366x768 is that some stupid marketing team decided to throw more pixels in their panels to make their TVs specifications look better, even though 1366x768 is worse than 1280x720 for TV because it needs upscale even for 720p video. And then, the rest of brands followed suit to match those "better" specifications. Fortunately, they didn't make the same mistake with FullHD TVs. They all have the proper 1080p resolution: 1920x1080. Even PC monitors are now adopting that resolution too (in addition to the regular 16:10 monitors with 1920x1200, you can now buy 16:9 ones with 1920x1080, ideal for 1080p video, and a lot cheaper than 16:10 ones, because 16:9 panels are being made in higher quantities, since they're used for TVs too)
1360 x 768 is also an incredibly common native resolution for laptops.
wynika z tego, ze te smieszne bezsensowne rozdzielczosci zawdzieczamy marketingowi jednej z firm, ktora stwierdzila, ze klient uzna, że: wieksza rozdzielczosc = lepszy TV...
reszta firm poszla za nimi ta droga
nie wiem na ile to jest prawda, jest to dosc prawdopodobne
a jezeli to prawda, to jest to tez troche dolujace, bo ta niby "lepsza" rozdzielczosc jest oczywiscie duzo gorsza dla sygnalu 720p
faktem jest, ze na skapcu kiedys znajdowalem telewizory o natywnej rozdzialce 1280x720
nie wiem czy nadal mozna takie dostac