Why do LED screens use the virtual pixel technology, and what exactly is it? The virtual pixel is a video-management feature that allows a 400% increase in image quality. LED screen manufacturers use it to show better quality, realistic-looking images. But why do LED screens need to increase the image quality through a video-management feature in first place? It's pretty simple: despite its huge size, an LED screen usually has many less pixels than the common computer screen you are looking ...

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