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LCD monitor

A flat panel screen that uses the liquid crystal display (LCD) technology and connects to a computer. Laptops have used LCD screens almost exclusively, and the LCD monitor is the standard display screen for desktop computers. By 2004, LCD desktop monitors outsold the traditional, bulky tube monitors (see CRT). See LCD, flat panel display and LCD TV.
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The longer-lasting performance inherent in LCD monitors is also enhanced by a high contrast ratio, 1200:1, for greater detail and depth of image.
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Sharp's LCD monitor line has several proprietary technologies and features that ensure unparalleled image quality for a professional presentation of information, data and images.
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The LCD monitor is also used at the entry door providing the visitors with quick and easy viewing of the names of the tenants in the building.
5-inch LCD monitor, which requires only 1/5 the brightness of conventional cameras with the same level of performance to display a subject image clearly.
According to new research from IDC, this market is being fueled by a surplus of LCD monitors from a number of suppliers in Asia, and these space-saving displays will surpass worldwide CRT shipments in 2004, approaching 119 million units by 2007.
In 2002 the LCD monitor share of the revenue had risen to 42% and this is expected to increase to at least 54% for 2003.
com/research/0f157277/the_taiwanese_lcd) has announced the addition of the "The Taiwanese LCD Monitor Industry, 2H 2011" report to their offering.