from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 4th Edition

  • abbr. dots per inch

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  • dots per inch


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  • The designer used this notion and created these lamps, which are also measured in pixels, depending on how many “dots” they have “represented” on them. 300 dpi is the highest for the porcelain lamps and the collection also includes lamps with 74 and 144 dots.

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  • A full size illustration, saved at 100 dpi, is linked to the main entry in the list of illustrations, and also can be selected for viewing from a [Full Image] link in the text of the chapter.

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  • A smaller illustration, at 25 dpi, is linked to the page number in the list of illustrations, and inlined in the text of the chapter.

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  • The new ink ejection nozzles has a density of 360 dpi, which is double that of the company's existing product.

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  • When an app license is printed, the "output is only 72 dpi, which is in fact the same resolution as the $10,000 Mitt Romney Bill released ... by the Democratic National Committee," said. Top headlines

  • To get DPI from image objects: call the dpi () method which is provided by both WT_Image class and WT_PNG_Group4_Image class.

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  • You also could reduce the resolution to 72 dpi, which is the maximum screen resolution of PC monitors, so anything higher than that is wasted. Most Popular

  • It has 64 gigs of internal memory, microSD card compatibility, and can scan to 600 dpi, which is no mean feat for a pen-sized scanner.


  • Jobs said that it displays 326 dots per inch which, he says, is higher than the 300 dpi which is the densist people can perceive at smart phone distances.

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  • In addition I enter the technical particulars of the scan itself, such as dpi and ...

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