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720p is 1366x768 HD (High Definition) - approx 16:9 (HDTV is 1280x720, yet both were marketed as 720p instead of laptop's 768p, films are actually 768p and yet your HDTV can still visualise them) 900p is 1600x900 HD+ (High Definition Plus) - 16:9 1080p is 1920x1080 FulHD (Full High Definition) - 16:9 4K is 4096x2160 4K (The current standard, as of ...
I'm in a similar situation. As mentioned by others, audio and screen will still be outputted by your desktop using VNC. If you're concerned about the performance hit of unneeded screen streaming, I recommend installing x11vnc server on your desktop. It has a "slow_fb" tuning option which lets you set a screen pooling delay, without affecting inputs. Just ...
New laptop screen have has a history where the glue between the panes hasn't completely dried, been applied wrong, or the polariser is at a slightly odd angle. All of which can give a yellow tint. In short, sounds like a manufacturing defect. You should get it replaced.
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