Enter a couple of numbers for your display, and it will tell you the width and height, and the DPI. Simple.

Pixels wide Pixels high

Diagonal (" or cm)

Display name

Name Pixels DPI Diagonal SizePixel Count
24" wide 1920x1200 94 24.0" (61.0 cm) 20.4" x 12.7" (51.7cm x 32.3cm) 2304000
19" 4:3 1280x1024 86 19.0" (48.3 cm) 14.8" x 11.9" (37.7cm x 30.1cm) 1310720
17" 1280x1024 96 17.0" (43.2 cm) 13.3" x 10.6" (33.7cm x 27.0cm) 1310720
20" wide 1680x1050 99 20.0" (50.8 cm) 17.0" x 10.6" (43.1cm x 26.9cm) 1764000
20" 4:3 1600x1200 100 20.0" (50.8 cm) 16.0" x 12.0" (40.6cm x 30.5cm) 1920000
Thinkpad t60 1400x1050 124 14.1" (35.8 cm) 11.3" x 8.5" (28.7cm x 21.5cm) 1470000
macbook 1280x800 115 13.1" (33.3 cm) 11.1" x 6.9" (28.2cm x 17.6cm) 1024000

See some scale comparisons.

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