[SunRay-Users] output resolution of VGA connector on Sunray 3i

Craig Bender Craig.Bender at Oracle.com
Wed Mar 16 18:15:47 EET 2011

Hi Dave,

I hate to be the bearer of bad news.  Technical specification of the 3i are:

"The Sun Ray 3i Client features a high-performance integrated graphics 
engine embedded in the CPU to provide high-resolution graphics to the 
LCD panel, as well as one analog external monitor or projector that can 
support 1920x1080 @ 60Hz as an input resolution.  The output resolution 
is always locked to the resolution of the internal display (1920x1080 @ 
60Hz), and the internal display resolution cannot be changed."

Is 55" LCD not capable of 1080p?

On 3/16/11 7:27 AM, David L. Endicott wrote:
> Does anyone know of a way to modify the output resolution of the
> external display connector on a Sunray 3i? If I change the resolution of
> the display, the desktop becomes smaller, but it simply takes up less
> space on the display. The output of the external connector mirrors that
> of the built in display. So it seems that the output is always
> 1920x1080, no matter how the session is configured.
> I’d really like to use one of these in our conference room and attach it
> to our 55” LCD display, but I need to adjust the output resolution to
> make it work.
> David L. Endicott
> President
> NeoTech Solutions, Inc.
> dendicott at neotechsolutions.com <mailto:dendicott at neotechsolutions.com>
> 417-623-6365
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