Laptop screens measurement Tags: Laptops Notebooks Tablets Last response: January 31, 2012 2:45 AM in Laptops & Notebooks Share hameed_jsr January 31, 2012 1:31:52 AM size or exact measurement of different laptop, notebook,tablet screen. More about : laptop screens measurement memadmax January 31, 2012 1:36:26 AM What?????????????????????????????????? You measure it like a TV.... Diagonally............... hameed_jsr January 31, 2012 1:50:41 AM not asking the method, i want measurement Related resources Screens measurement like height and width of different Laptop and tablets. - Forum Notebook screens : 15" vs. 15.4" - Forum What measurement /factor is most important when buying a new SSD? - Forum Laptop Screen Inverter - Forum Lenovo IdeaPad Y470 - Laptop Review - Forum Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer RetiredChief a b D Laptop January 31, 2012 2:30:25 AM OK - remember you asked for it. A 15.6 in laptop. 15.6 = the diagonal (lower corner to upper corner For a wide screen ratio: 16::9 (Diagonal = sq root of (16 x16 + 9 x 9) = 18.36 In. Sin angle = 9 / 18.36 = .49 Cosine angle = 16 / 18.36 = .871 OK for any 16::9 wide screen monitor (or laptop screen: Horizontal length = .871 x Diagonal ie 15.6 x .871 = 13.59 in Vertical = .49 x 15.6 = 7.64 In. For a 17.3” laptop 17.3 x .871 = 15.07 in and 17.3 x .49 = 8.48 In. You can duplicate this for a 16:10 ratio or the old 4::3 ratio hameed_jsr January 31, 2012 2:45:32 AM thanx, u really helped out. Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources: ForumWhy some laptop screens are square in shape? ForumLaptop Screen Malfunction ForumAmbient air temp (system) measurement ForumSame image on both laptop and projector Screens Forum2 screens on laptop ? Forum1 laptop screen -> Multiple TV screens ForumGaming laptop is worth more than a desktop pc Forum3 screens w/ laptop , 1 VGA port, use external video card? ForumGaming laptop under 1000 More resources Read discussions in other Laptops & Notebooks categories Battery Acer Asus Dell Hewlett Packard iPad Toshiba Vaio !