Art Director, Artist, and Father in Indianapolis, Indiana
Well all have a personal computer at home and we all have had nights when we thought that our eyes will simply go out of our eye sockets and jump into some water so that they would cool off. This is why today when graphics have reached a new level of colours and effects we need to protect or eyes more than ever. LED Monitorsand Displays offer us the solution to this relative problem and they actually come at a price that is not that steep. I am sure that for the safety of you and your family's eyes you are willing to spend just a bit more cash than you normally would.
Conventional LCD monitors use fluorescent lighting to give out the great images available on them however they do have a downside. Over the passing of the years these fluorescent light tend to dim away and eventually die so the average lifespan of an LCD monitor is somewhere between 4 to 6 years. You will see that the brightness of your display will lower and lower itself until eventually it will die out completely.
This is where the LED technology comes in and delivers a nice punch to older technologies. The lighting system used for LED monitors and displays is not focused on a back light template however uses a side light template allowing the manufacturers to greatly improve on the space issue of monitors and also on the quality of the pictures available. The light is distributed evenly through out the whole image thus it will have a crisp view and lively colours.
Another great advantage of the LED monitors is presented by the ergonomics of this product. It is extremely light weight even when faced with a wide screen model that exceed 23" and they are also very slim the average thickness being somewhere around 2 to 3 inches.