Pixel density

The pixel density – abbreviated PPI – indicates how many pixels are placed within the area of one square inch. A higher density of a display means a more detailed picture quality. You can also determine this value yourself with the help of the resolution and size of the screen. As the size of the TV increases while the resolution remains the same, the pixel density decreases. If you are too close to the screen, the content tends to become blurry faster.

tvfindr Wiki
All terms sorted alphabetically
Not found what you were looking for?