interlaced and non interlaced monitors advantages of each and disadvantages LCD AND CRT MONITORS ADVANTAGE AND DISADVANTAGES
the advantages of the lcd is that its small and easy to move around. the disadvantages of the lcd is that if you poke and prod at it then it gunna go all fizzy where as to the crt its sturdey and doesnt go all fizzy on the screen.helllo ms dean ;
LCD monitors are more portable and display high quality images compared to other technologies like CRT. However, they use up more power than LED monitors and have a shorter lifetime.
CRT: Use more power, lower resolution LCD flat screen: price
At this point, I would say that a CRT had no advantages over a LCD monitor. The LCD is probably cheaper, it takes up less space, is easier on the eyes, and provides better revolutions.
CRT stands for cathode ray tube. The disadvantages of CRT monitors include: eye strain, bulky size and generally use higher power consumption than LCD's.
The principle advantages are that LCD monitors are much thinner and lighter than "conventional" CRT monitors.
LED damages the eyes less than lcd or crt monitors
LCD monitors are aesthetically very pleasing to the eye being slim and stylish. There is no comparison with the CRT here. LCD monitors are extremely economical when it comes to power consumption. Their consumption is in the region of 25 -50 watts compared to CRT which consume like 60-80 watts LCD Monitors win the image brightness battle hands down in this department. They offer almost twice the brightness compared to the CRT monitor.
CRT means, `cathode ray tube' and LCD means, `liquid crystal display'.
Lcd & crt
LCD stands for Liquid Crystal Display and CRT stands for Cathod Ray Tube