HDMI Resolution


#1

We are looking at your products, which look very impressive & original. We have a few questions to help us understand the product better & fund which item would suit us best.

Our plan is to run a RasberryPI device on our network via Wifi/Ethernet cable, then plugging into a 55inch LCD via a HDMI cable.

We would like to support a 2048 resolution on the screen & run a wifi keyboard/mouse set up about 5-8 meters away.

Which if any device would fit best ?


#2

Ahoy,

By 2048 resolution, do you mean vertical pixels? Either way, the absolute maximum resolution that the Raspberry Pi can support is 2560x1600, which is defined here as HDMI Mode 77: http://elinux.org/RPiconfig#Video_mode_options

Depending on what you want to display, you’re probably going to get quite poor performance at that sort of resolution though. What are you trying to achieve?


#3

Hi

Thanks for the information. Is this the case for all Raspberry PI units ?

we are looking at display a web based page with names and numbers, nothing flashy just clear data for people to see on a 50inch TV

Thanks