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TFT monitors are so easy on the eyes - TFT monitors are so easy on the eyes
Thu, April 18 2002 | 5:17PM | PermaLink Feedback?
Last year I tested out two flat screen Thin Film Transistor (TFT) monitors from Samsung. I thought I'd revisit the Samsung monitors again this year just to see what changes they've made for 2002. The two monitors I tested last year were the top-of-the-line series, with TV tuners, stereo speakers, remotes, picture-in-picture -- the works. They were fantastic, but a bit above the budget of all but a few of my readers. I thought I'd "dumb it down" a bit this time around and get two monitors that are more in the price range of the average home or small business user. The regular computer monitor most of us have has a Cathode Ray Tube (CRT), which is essentially a "gun" that shoots electrons at a phosphor-coated screen. The electron beams (one for red, green and blue) spray across the screen very fast -- so fast that it looks like a constant image. Our monitors are very deep because the case has to house the electron gun and the hardware to run it.
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