Computer Monitors

Computer LCD Monitors Online

LCD monitors have distinct size and power advantages over past, and even some present, display choices.  Most homes and offices use monitors between 19 to 30 inches, though larger widescreen monitors increase productivity at work and enjoyment of games and movies at home. JP Computer Solutions carries a huge variety of LCD monitors from Samsung, NEC, ViewSonic, Acer, HP, ASUS, Phillips and V7.

 

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LCD monitor Computer Hardware Australia are currently available in a variety of screen sizes. A larger viewing area will often provide support for higher resolutions, which translate into more on the screen at once. LCD screen sizes are measured in inches along the diagonal of the screen. Native resolution is the maximum resolution (detail level, in pixels) an LCD computer monitors can support. A monitor provides the best viewing experience when working in its native resolution. Aspect ratio is the width to height proportion of a display. Non-widescreen LCDs have an aspect ratio of 5:4, similar to a standard television set's aspect ratio of 4:3. Widescreen LCDs boast 16:9 or 16:10 dimensions to better display movie formats.

 

Computer Monitors Online Australia response time

The response time is the speed at which an LCD monitor's pixels change from one color to the next and back again. Response time is measured in ms (milliseconds). The quicker an LCD monitor's response time, the less likelihood there is for ghosting or after images appearing when displaying fast-paced images (games and movies). We recommend 5ms or better for high-performance gaming and multimedia applications. Brightness (luminosity) is often measured in candelas or cd/m2. Most LCD monitors today can provide over 200 cd/m2, which is more than sufficient for normal use. Games and movies may benefit from somewhat higher brightness levels. A higher contrast ratio allows a monitor to provide a greater range of dark and light details.

 

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 LCD monitors are usually equipped with one or two types of connectors for connecting to your PC. D-Sub Connectors transfer analog signals and are still very popular as they are compatible with most video cards. DVI Connectors transfer a video card's digital output directly for a superior signal. The DVI connector is mainstream equipment on newer video cards and on an increasing number of new LCD monitors. HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) connectors are necessary for displays with HD resolution approaching that of HDTV, from 720-1080 lines per frame, and they're backwards-compatible with DVI systems.