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    Laptop resolution/image ratio and choice of Pro 378 or 387

    It has been suggested to me that, because we may move to modern laptops, we should consider purchasing the 387 instead of the 378. Please can you tell me what difference this would make. Can you also please let me know minimum and recommended resolution for laptops.

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    Hi,
    With regard to the differences between the 2 board models, the only difference between the 2 are the Aspect ratios, which are: 378: 4:3 and 387: 16:10 and the physical size of the boards (the 378 being 78" diagonal, and the 387 87" diagonal) The technology within both models is identical.
    Providing your laptop and projector supports the above aspect ratios, you should have no problems.
    Hope this helps

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