Saturday, April 11, 2009


When choosing a display for your computer, you have two key choices of technology: theCathode Ray Tube (CRT) screen, or an LCD screen. Both technologies have their advantagesand disadvantages: CRTs are generally preferred by gamers and graphic artists, for both theprice at which they can be bought and their generally superior response times, but this is offsetby the added size and weight that a large screen requires. LCDs are generally more expensivethan CRTs, but high-end models are generally preferred for tasks which need higher definition,such as movie editing, and are also popular amongst people with little-to-no desk space, as theydo not need as much space as a similarly-sized CRT.

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