Originally Posted by DuckieTigger
Yes I understand that. But what is the reason for telling us how big the b/w resolution is, if you can never have that since the pixels in color are bigger. Well, it might still have its advantage as literally sub-pixel anti aliasing is possible. Not sure though if the colors in the corners going mess anything up.
You can't do anything with the 1600x1200 resolution under the color layer. It's not possible. All you'll get is 800x600 and that's it. No anti-aliasing sub-pixel rendering. Just 800x600 and it will look big and it will look jagged and it won't look nice.