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A monitor is a piece of computer hardware that displays video and graphic information produced by a connected computer through the computer's graphics card. In fact, monitors are similar to televisions, but they usually display information at a much higher resolution. Also, unlike televisions, monitors usually sit on a table instead of being mounted on a wall. In a desktop computer, the monitor is connected to the computer's video card port or motherboard via a cable. Although the monitor is located outside the main computer housing, it is an essential part of a computer system.

Monitors work on a pixel basis. In any HP computer monitor, Dell computer monitor, Samsung or even LG computer monitor, objects are displayed as pixels. Pixels are what make up an image. A pixel is the smallest unit of information that can be displayed by a computer screen. Each pixel consists of 3 colors red, green and blue. They are arranged in such a way that they display an image on the screen.

Pixels can be used for images, text, and other information you see on a monitor. When light is shone or when current is passed through these pixels, it creates an image on the other side of the material. This is why the computer screen appears to have a clear image when viewed from multiple angles. Light rays hitting the pixels at a certain angle create an image on the other side of the glass.

LED monitor

LED stands for light-emitting diode and is used in light sources such as light bulbs, traffic lights, smartphones and laptop screens, and of course LED monitors; LEDs that produce infrared light have been available to you for decades. Yes, your clock radio display is also LED, in monitors, LEDs are the backlight used to illuminate the liquid crystal display.

LCD monitor

LCD (liquid crystal) monitor is a computer screen that uses liquid crystal cells instead of radiation to display clear images and is mostly seen in laptop screens and flat screen monitors. This liquid crystal in the displays does not produce light by itself, in fact, the light of the images from the fluorescent lamps placed behind the display shines on the crystals and provides high quality and clear images. Today, LCD displays have replaced RCT models and have more advanced technology and features.