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Is 1080p twice the resolution of 720p?


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Do I not understand television technology? or math?


Futureshop.ca has this advertisment/article on the Sharp AQUOS SE94 series where they state:

The SE94 series features Sharp's Advanced Super View (ASV) LCD panel, providing a stunning visual experience, with full 1080p resolution - twice that of a basic 720p HDTV (and 1.5 times as much as a 768p HDTV).


We're talking about lines of resolution here, right?

Doesn't 1080=1.5x720?

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