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What is LCD monitor?

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Update time : 2017-06-21 10:22:19
A monitor that uses LCD technologies rather than the conventional CRT technologies used by most desktop monitors. Until recently, LCD panels were used exclusively on notebook computers and other portable devices. In 1997, however, several manufacturers began offering full-size LCD monitors as alternatives to CRT monitors. The main advantage of LCD displays is that they take up less desk space and are lighter. Currently, however, they are also much more expensive.

Our company mainly sells liquid crystal displays and customized displays, which includes various sizes and resolutions. It can be used in indoor and outdoor industrial or commercial display to meet the needs of different customers and different environments.

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