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Buy a computer monitor for your desktop PC or laptop. We stock a full selection of LCD screens in every size - from small to large, LCD to LED, and more. Whether you need a quality but inexpensive 19" LCD display or a large and brilliant 24" LCD computer monitor, find the LCD monitor to suit your needs.
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What types of monitors are available?

There are multiple types of monitors. Some of the details are pretty similar but there are some differences that can really change the way you see your media.

  • LCD Monitors - Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) monitors are able to provide quality performance at a more affordable cost. Backlit by cold cathode flourescent lamps, the screen is actually a thin film of liquid crystals that displays images created by electrical current passed through the film. LCD displays are one of the more basic monitor types these days, but are still widely used and are a great a value.
  • LED Displays - Light Emitting Diode (LED) monitors have an LCD screen, but are able to provide a higher picture quality than cold cathode backlights. These are able to provide brighter images and they require less power, making them a more economical choice as well. LED monitors are also able to be much thinner than standard LCD displays.
  • IPS Displays - In-plane Switching monitors are a further step up from LED displays in that they are able to provide wider viewing angles which allow you to see the display clearly when not directly in front of the screen instead of those weird, dark, negative color washes that many screens are prone have.
  • Touchscreen Displays - Touchscreen monitors are ideal for systems running Windows 8.1, which is optimized for these type of devices. These have touch input generally ranging from 5-point to 10-point detection, and touchscreens come in the various display types as mentioned above, so be on the lookout for those technologies when reaserching these screens as well.

What monitor connection is best?

There are a few types of connections for your computer monitors. The most common are VGA, HDMI, DVI, and DisplayPort.

HDMI is the first choice for TVs, as it is very easy to just plug in and have audio and video connected through one cable. Some limitations of HDMI is that is has a rather short reliabel working distance of about 50ft, and HDMI 1.4 is limited to 3820x2160 pixels at 30 frames per section. This isn't a terrible thing for general use, but there are users that will want higher resolutions and higher FPS.

Display Port is pretty similar to HDMI, but is rarely seen on televisions as it is almost strictly a computer connection format. Capable of 3,840x2,160-pixel resolution at 60fps with DisplayPort 1.2 and higher with the Multi-Stream Transport feature, this is an ideal connection for gamers and higher performance users due to the 60fps support. Display port also supports both audio and video, and has a limited optimal working distance, as it is noted to only support 1920x1080 pixel resoluton at 15m or 50 ft.

DVI uses a video signal similar to HDMI as well, but the resolution may vary depending on the type of DVI connection. Single-Link DVI supports up to 1920x1200, while Dual-Link DVI supports up to 2560x1600. DVI is able to support audio in certain instances, but we don't suggset relying on it for audio.