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Dell Global Sales Training & Development provides this community for people who sell Dell systems. It contains sales training content as well as a forum for posting questions, thoughts & ideas related to the sales training material.


  • Post any discussion about software that is sold with a Dell or Dell product here.

  • What is the difference between a 1.3 MP Camera & a 1MP HD Camera & what is the advantage?

    HD is a type of megapixel camera.  All HD cameras are megapixel but not all megapixel cameras are HD.
    While standard definition cameras (e.g., analog cameras and 4CIF IP cameras) have no more than 400,000 pixels, all megapixel cameras (including HD) have 1,000,000 or more pixels.

    HD Camera Key Features Compared to Typical Megapixel Camera:
     •Maximum HD camera resolution is 2.1MP, maximum megapixel resolution is 16MP
    •HD video format is 1280 x 720 or 1920 x 1080 (megapixel cameras can offer many more formats)
     •HD aspect ratio is 16:9 (compared to 5:4 or 4:3 in other surveillance cameras)
     •HDTV has quality compliance standards (where megapixel simply specifies the number of pixels)