LCD Computer Monitor

Are you building a new computer and trying to decide what type of monitor to use? If your old monitor is just not big enough anymore or the images just not clear enough, you should consider getting a LCD computer monitor. LCD is so much better than the old cathode ray tube or CRT.

Not only is a computer LCD monitor crystal clear, it will win the competition between any other kind of monitor hands down when it comes to how it looks. A computer LCD monitor is slimmer, more streamlined and more attractive to the eye than any CRT monitor. Since a computer LCD monitor is so very slim and streamlined, it will free up a lot work area on your desk for you. The older archaic CRT’s are really bulky and take up a lot of room since they protrude so far in the back.

Some people might think that buying one of the new LCD monitors is nothing more than buying a new toy. Nothing could be further from the truth. These new monitors serve the needs of the ever growing population of pc owners. A LCD computer monitor is up for the task of high graphic gaming and real as life video viewing. You just want to make sure that you get the best computer LCD monitor you can get for your money.

Making the decision on which computer monitor you should buy is something you’ll want to do right. You do not want to make the mistake of buying one that is not rated good nor has manufacturing problems that produces defects in the monitor. Who wants to go through the hassle of returning it because it doesn’t work right? The one you choose will have to match what you will be doing the most on it such as playing games, watching movies or some other activity like photo editing.

When purchasing a computer LCD monitor, pay close attention to how it connects. Newer monitors use DVI connectivity. The older ones usually have VGA port connectivity so if you have to replace an older one, you may need to get an adapter to convert it to DVI.

Another consideration to take into account is the screen size. The bigger screen size you get, the higher resolutions which means better image definition. If you really want the best, go for the 26 inch LCD monitors. However, the bigger the screen size also means a bigger the price tag. The average person will usually opt for a 19, 20 0r 22 inch computer LCD monitor so you can find most deals on these sizes.

If you go into a retail store that has operating floor models, ask to see ones that have the higher contrast ratios. These will give you greater image depth and enhanced graphic viewing. You’ll also want to get one that displays images without them being stretched or shrunk to fit your screen, so the native resolution is important to ask about. Good native LCD monitor resolutions include 1920×1080 (1080p HD), 1280×720 (720p HD), and 1680×1050. Another factor to consider before you make your purchase is the response time. This is in reference to the refresh time. If you are using it to view videos or for gaming, you’ll want it to be less than 8ms.

You can find great deals on a computer LCD monitor at various websites online. However, if you are not sure about which one to buy for your computer, you should go into a retail outlet and ask the salesperson for advice. Some stores will put them on sale. If pricing is a concern for you, don’t be afraid to get the advice and then shop around for the best deals.

This LCD Computer Monitor Review is Written/Updated on Jul 3rd, 2010 and filed under Computer Hardware. Both comments and pings are currently closed.

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