adj. Abbreviated lo-res. Appearing in relatively coarse detail, used in reference to text and graphics in raster-oriented computer displays and printing. Low-resolution printing is comparable to draft-quality dot-matrix output printed at 125 dots per inch or less.
In monitors and printers, a description of low-quality output, lacking sharpness or definition. Resolution is determined by the technology used to create the output.
The low resolution grid has 4x4 less points than the reduced resolution grid.