by Dani Docherty

diffident types of Monitors


Cathode Ray Tube computer monitors was the most common computer monitors until flat panel screens became affordable. Similar to older TVs, CRT monitors still typically have much better contrast ratios and viewing angles than other computer monitor alternatives because they are much older then the ones we are normal to.


Liquid Crystal Display computer monitors save a lot of space and can even be mounted on walls. They provide a wide viewing angle and come in sizes typically ranging from 17-inches to 60-inches.


Plasma computer monitors are less commonly used with computers due to their high operating temperatures, high power consumption, and fixed resolution.


Touchscreen computer monitors provide a new way of interacting with your computer with a touch-sensitive screen. This allows users to interact directly with the application on screen without need for a mouse or keyboard.


    Organic Light Emitting Display computer monitors are much thinner and brighter than LCD or Plasma screens. OLED monitors can also be placed on transparent surfaces, such as glass, allowing the user to see through them when not active.