“It’s a well-known fact that nearly all consumers purchase their monitor based on size and price alone. Like everything we shop for, it is human instinct to get as much as possible for as little as possible. So why should we bother ourselves with the details, and what difference could it possibly make? Most people aren’t even aware of the different construction processes used to produce the widescreen monitor that rests on their desks. Benchmark Reviews explores the various LCD monitor technologies used by manufacturers to produce computer monitors, and matches application to architecture for our readers.”
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Source: Benchmark Reviews
When LCD monitors were first replacing CRTs as the standard on computer desks everywhere the main concerns were the size of the display, its refresh rate and not much else. Now that the technology has had time to develop shopping for an LCD can be a little daunting as there are several different technologies to choose from. Benchmark Reviews is here to help with description of the types of LCD and what each is best suited for as well as explaining why some displays are marketed as LED TVs.