LCD TV Monitors’ Color, Angle and Sizes

December 28, 2008 § Leave a comment

Enhanced resolution and well-groomed design make LCD monitors and that is why some people say it is better than the other kinds of monitors. 16.7 million colors can be produced by an LCD monitor because of its liquid crystal display. This just means that even the smallest hues can still be spotted. LCD monitors are built in a sleek way so that it will fit to your not-so big tables. If we will talk about the weight, it has less than the average weight; thus, it will be an ease if you want to carry the TV from your living room to your bedroom.

LCD monitors are not typical TVs because aside of its use as a TV, it can also be a computer. TV tuner is present on this LCD monitor, allowing it to function as either a TV or computer. Speakers and woofers can also be connected into it because of the presence of audio visual inputs.

Preventing unwanted colors coming from white continuum is the principle worked by LCD monitors. Screens of LCD monitors have many pixels. Every twist and turn produces the best angle for an image that should be. The pixels are lightened up by a slim lamp and a projector LCD. In effect, LCD monitors are designed efficiently. Splendid viewing angles can be easily achieved with this monitor although some monitors can also offer you nice images if you watch it at 170 degrees, an obtuse angle.

LCD monitors have no fierce look screens so it is very friendly to everyone’s eyes. You can even watch it very closely. Another good thing is, this monitor is not affected by any light that falls on to it. Neither a dark room nor a light room can destroy the crispness of these TVs.

Size matters? LCD monitors are available in different sized ranging from 19’, 20’, 21’, 23’ and so on. There are also smaller kinds of this (14’ and 17’). Good picture qualities are present on LCD monitors regardless of its sizes.

Despite of this sleekness, and any other good things, there are some complaints about LCD TVs. It undergoes high burn rates, that is, the images stick with the pixels for some time. To add, other LCD monitors can not support high density games. These games need HD compatibility. Ghosting effect produced by the TVs is also one of the problems. Yet, LCD TVs are continually improved just to make these indifferences redundant. Because of the desire to make LCD TVs sleeker, buttons are made smaller which makes it hard to be read.

But there is also a better thing. The company is now designing a kind of TV that will allow its viewers to watch several programs in a TV by just changing the angle of how they view.

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