Flat Panel LCD Wireless Computer Monitor
Using and Implementing of liquid crystals began in 1990s. Increasing usage of LCD begun with TFT variation of liquid crystals that is nowadays also dominant technology that is used for manufacturing of LCD display screens. During that time only laptops had this type of display screens as, first of all, laptops were extremely expensive during that time and they needed to be thin as possible and to use small amount of energy.
Of course, first LCD displays were very expensive but during time price declined. They become more and more popular as they are much lighter compared to CRT displays, use much less power and they are not that bulky and use considerably less space on the desk. Additionally, thanks to much less flickering, LCDs are much better than CRT as they reduce eye strain.
Advantages of flat panel wireless computer monitor compared with CRT
During past few years, on the market we may find LED display screens also. Many people do not understand how LED monitors work and what they are. This is often seen on the forum boards where people tend to favor LCD or LED. First of all, you need to understand that basically LED monitors are in fact LCD monitors using different backlight for illuminating LCD cell. They are not truly LED displays, but people and manufacturers tend to call them “LED TV”.
Flat Panel LED wireless computer monitor
Since I have already dedicated one whole website to the LED backlight display screens and you may find it following previous link I will not bother you much here about whole technology. Here I will give you just few explanations what they are and how they work.
So, as I have previously mentioned, LED backlight displays are just the same as LCDs since whole technology behind both of them is same, main difference is in backlight that is used for illuminating LCD cell. LEDs for illumination use white diodes that are in wireless computer monitor placed around the monitor rim and we call those Edge LED monitors. Of course, there are also RGB LEDs (red, green and blue diodes are placed behind the panel) and Full Array LEDs (diodes are placed behind the screen).
LED Flat screens types – Edge and Full Array LEDs
When comparing Edge LED (that are most common in computer monitor production) and LCD displays, we may say that their performances are pretty much similar, although LEDs according to manufacturers have longer lifespan. Also, LEDs appear to be brighter, thinner and less weight. When talking about picture quality that pretty much differ from one model to another but we could say that LEDs in overall can produce a bit sharper and more vivid colors.