I'm new to this forum (I hope I picked the right one). I'm an artist working with digital media, and while I'm quite tech savvy, I have not much knowledge about particular video technologies.
I am looking for miniature displays that can drive full HD coming from a Raspberry Pi via HDMI, and so I found this thing called IPS field monitor. At first I was happy seeing that from 7" on, you get affordable screens with 1920 x 1080 or 1920 x 1200 pixels resolution. E.g. Aputure Vs-2 - https://www.amazon.com/Aputure-VS-2FineHD-VS-2-Monitor-Black/dp/B01C77ZRHE/
That selling pitch on Amazon says
> one of the best of 7” field monitor in the market. It packs 2.3 million pixels in its 7 inch display area - twice as many pixels as that of a 1280 x 800 resolution screen.
Now... Looking at the official specs here - http://www.aputure.com/V-Screen-VS-2-Spec
> Resolution: 1,024*600 display, supports up to 1,920*1,080 input
It seems it's all one big lie, reminds me actually of the bullshit talk with audio amplifiers which are announced with totally fictional power specs.
So – is this a thing with all these devices (Bestview S7, LILLIPUT Q5 (much more expensive), Feelworld FW760 etc.)? Are are all of them bullshitting about the actual LCD native resolution? Or is there a device that actually maps 1920 x 1080 digital pixels to 1920 x 1080 actual LCD pixels? Which one?