- adjective (written as low-resolution)not having a high number of pixels per unit area and so not sharply defined.
- noun the ability of a display system to control a number of pixels at a time rather than individual pixels
- A level of displayed resolution that is below a given standard or typical level. For example, the coarse images displayed by a lower-quality monitor, or that of a low-resolution printer setting. Its abbreviation is lo-res.
- adjective relating to the ability to display preset shapes on the screen rather than individual pixels.