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display screen

[di′splā ‚skrēn]
(computer science)

display screen

A surface area upon which text, graphics and video are temporarily made to appear for human viewing. Today's screens use LCD or OLED technology. See LCD and OLED.
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Patients using blood glucose meters made by Abbott Laboratories should take caution and examine the display screens carefully if the meters have been dropped on a hard surface, the company warned.
Patients who use blood glucose meters manufactured by Abbott Laboratories have been warned by the company to take caution and examine their display screens carefully if they have dropped the meters on a hard surface.
But the trust says it is purely a display screen which is part of an integrated system and will not work in other vehicles.
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Prohibiting the disposal of any electronic equipment containing a display screen greater than 4 inches or any computer system in a municipal solid waste landfill beginning three years after the bill is passed.