graphics artists.. the color reproduction is better on a crt then on most low grade lcds... and they are cheaper then the expensive lcds wow the first decent question today.. congrats, everyone else in an idiot
LCDs require less power than CRTs, they also do not flicker.
Plasmas work by lighting up gases in a glass tube. LCDs work by lighting up "liquid" pixels individually.
They are extremely large in comparison to LCD monitors, and they require far more power. So yes, CRTs are typically considered obsolete by today's standards, especially with the introduction of LED LCDs, which have a far better black level and color contrast. LED/LCD monitors also have far greater resolution, since a typical CRT resolution is about 480i, while LED/LCDs can handle resolutions up to 4K. LED/LCDs have much sharper picture, due to higher resolution, and modern LED/LCDs don't have the motion blur problems that earlier LCDs had. These factors make modern LED/LCDs better than CRTs in almost every aspect, and are the cause of CRTs becoming obsolete.
There are a few glitches with these LCDs rarely. However, they typically work well.
LCDs are much higher resolution.
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lcds are smallerand CRTs are larger in shape crts areprone to flickerand LCDs are free from flicker.because they do not rely on a scaning electron beam
Not noticeably. LCDs are very low-power.
That is definitely true about CRT monitors. Opening one of them can be deadly and isn't recommended. As far as laptop LCDs, I don't believe they have the same effect. They work in totally different ways. I've opened up at least a dozen LCDs and have never been warned against doing it.
Non- LCDs are much better and cheaper to run!
indium is used to make thin film coatings which are used to make electronic devices as liquid crystal displays (LCDs). thin film coatings which are used to make such electronic devices as liquid crystal displays (LCDs). indium is used to make thin film coatings which are used to make electronic devices as liquid crystal displays (LCDs).
LG makes their own LCDs in Gumi, Korea.
Yes, all Gameboy Color games work in a Gameboy Color Gameshark.
IPS stands for in-plane switching. An IPS-LCD is a type of thin display that offers better viewing angles than TFT-LCDs. IPS-LCDs feature two transistors for each pixel, where TFT-LCDs use just one. This requires a more powerful backlight, which delivers more accurate colors, and allows the screen to be viewed from a wider angle. The downside is that an IPS-LCD may consume more power than a TFT-LCD. IPS-LCDs typically are found on high-end cell phones and portable devices.
An LED television uses light emitting diodes to provide backlighting for its screen, whereas traditional LCDs use flourescent lights for backlighting. The LEDs can be dimmed in sections at a time, rather than only as a whole like in LCDs; this means that an LED TV will be capable of producing more visible contrast in dark scenes. Many LEDs are also better at accurately displaying color than their LCD competitors.
In a "transmissive" type of LCD, this light is provided at the back of the glass "stack".
There are really only two types of TVs right now; Plasma and LCD. LED is a type of LCD. It really has to do with backlighting. The first wave of LCDs used fluorescent backlighting whereas current LCDs use LED backlighting. http://www.ledvslcd.com/
arious computer display standards or display modes have been used in the history of the personal computer. They are often a combination of display resolution (specified as the width and height in pixels), color depth (measured in bits), and refresh rate (expressed in hertz). Associated with the screen resolution and refresh rate is a display adapter. Earlier display adapters were simple frame-buffers, but later display standards also specified a more extensive set of display functions and software controlled interface.
My nook color... I've never had a nook color so your question is moot.
Gameboy Color games do not work on Nintendo DS. They will slide out or not fit. But, Gameboy Advanced games will work on DS.
Color cameras work by capturing the image through the lens and imparting an image onto film. The variety of different color cameras is great and a great source to find out how they work is: theimagingsource.com/downloads/howcolcamswp.en_US.
Some artists, like Van Gough, use color to express emotion in their work. Other artists use color to add realism to their work. Painters use color in their work by picking up the brush, putting it in some water, dipping it in paint, and then by using strokes on the paper to apply that color. Pastel artists pick up a pastel stick of the desired hue (color) and apply it to their work manually (using their hands).
output devices are those who diplay or give you your results for any entered data. e.g Monitors LCDs Printers Plotters Monitors and LCDs give soft copy of your results And the other two give hard copy on papper or other printing meterials