Liquid crystal displays that are becoming increasingly common. LCD monitors bring several advantages over CRT monitors, although also have some disadvantages, highlighting the fact that cost at least double that an equivalent CRT monitor.
Putting a LCD monitor and other CRT, the first difference that stands out is just the size. Crystal monitors are much slimmer than traditional, which explains your use in laptop computers. In the case of a micro table the advantage in this case is not so obvious, but anyway we have some space savings on the table.
Another advantage of LCD monitors, according to necessaryhome.com, is the fact they have a really flat screen, which eliminates image distortion caused by the curved screens of CRT monitors, and increases the area of the monitor, since we have no wasted space in the corners of the image.
A 14 inch LCD monitor has a display area larger than a 15-inch CRT, while a 15-inch LCD area is almost equivalent to a traditional 17-inch monitor.
Liquid crystal displays also use less electricity. While a traditional 14-inch monitor consumes around 90 W, and one of 17 inches around 110 W, a 15 “LCD hardly surpasses the mark of 35W. Another advantage is that these monitors emit much lower amounts of harmful radiation (virtually none in some models) which makes them especially attractive for those who spend a lot of time in front of the monitor daily.
Finally, in the liquid crystal monitors there is no flicker, because instead of the image being formed by the action of the electron beam, as in CRT monitors, each point of the screen acts as a small lamp that changes your tonality to form the image. The term “refresh rate” does not apply to liquid crystal monitors, because in them the image is always perfect.
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