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Victor -- a 16:10 screen is ten units tall for every 16 units wide. This is the native aspect ratio of WXUGA 1920x1200 resolution, which is what is in the LS100. The advantage to this format is that it displays both Full HD 1080p video in 16:9 and WUXGA computer signals in 16:10, both in native resolution without scaling. When you use a projector like this exclusively for home theater video, you set it up so the 16:9 portion of the image fills a 16:9 screen, and the black bars that represent the additional height fall onto the frame of the screen and become invisible.