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LCD's are moving up in the world, here's how to pick yours!
Written by Daniel   
Friday, 22 September 2006 09:24
Choosing An LCD Monitor (Part 1): Are Higher Contrast And Brightness Better?
Posted on Friday, September 22 2006 @ 16:07:21 CEST by LSDsmurf
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Over the last few years, LCD monitors have increased their contrast ratios and brightness ratings. But these ratings can be deceiving if you're not familiar with two important terms: Brightness and Contrast Ratio. In this article, we'll discuss these two terms and hopefully the viewer will understand these terms and use them when purchasing a new LCD monitor. In addition it is recommended you read the other parts to this article being released in the near future for a more robust overview of LCD monitors to give you more information when purchasing an LCD monitor.

If you've been considering purchasing an LCD monitor for your PC, and selling your favorite CRT monitor which keeps you warm in the winter as well as the summer, now is the time. Currently, as of this article publication release, a 22" LCD monitor can be purchased for as little as $300. This was unheard of only a few years ago. The reason is because, like so many other electronic devices, the manufacturing process has become better, and more efficient in producing quality LCD panels. LCD monitors are not only attaining the same quality as CRT monitors, but are now actually surpassing them in quality....


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