A Buyer’s Guide to Monitors

Working with a larger monitor can give a user more comfort and efficiency at work. Not only does it allow you to see images more clearly but it also lets one compare information at a glance. It eliminates the risk of losing track of data because of too much switching from one screen to another. But choosing the right monitor still depends on needs of the user. To give you more insight on how to select the perfect monitor for you, read on below.


On the average, monitors feature screen sizes that measure between 19-24 inches when measured diagonally across the viewable screen area. On the other hand, there are larger kinds of monitors measuring 27-30 inches. A standard-sized monitor is ideal for small rooms while the larger ones with aspect ratios of 16:9 are perfect for home theatres.


Monitor resolutions usually depend on the size of the monitor. For example, a 19-inch monitor typically offers a 1,400 x 900 resolution while 23-inch monitors have 1,920 x 1,080. If find yourself stuck with two equally-sized monitors of different resolutions, of course, go for the one with a higher resolution to enjoy a more detailed images and crispier texts.


Computers nowadays offer a wide variety of outputs some of which include Video Graphics Array or VGA, Digital Visual Interface or DVI, and High-Definition Multimedia Interface or HDMI. When it comes to inputs, makes sure that you select the ones that match the outputs of your PC.


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